Miniature Garden Plants: Examples of What to Look For

For those who don’t know about miniature gardens yet, they are so cute and need very little space !

The Mini Garden Guru

Miniature Garden Plants:
Examples of What to Look For

~ It’s that time of year again. The garden is calling but the weather is not welcoming. Gills are starting to grow around my jawbone with all the rain we’ve been having here in Seattle – as I watched a major snow storm cut through the middle of the US, up to Canada and moving north and east this morning – oh wait, look, it’s changed to a severe storm with tornado warnings. Great! Ugh. Does anyone have a magic wand?


Weather be damned!

At least you can start preparing and planning your plantings, eh?

Here are some new trees that we enjoy in our miniature gardens that we’ll use as examples of what to look for. Beware of the “fairy garden plants” that are being sold these days, most of the recommended plants that we are seeing out on the…

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5 thoughts on “Miniature Garden Plants: Examples of What to Look For

  1. Sweet, sweet tiny plants. I always think of ‘fairy gardens’ when I see these kinds of plants. I hope the first poster above keeps trying. I had a sister-in-law who killed everything — except African Violets! Go figure.

  2. Alas I am so, so hopeless with gardening. But truly, I admire those people who can have a garden so live and blossoming, and keep it so well. Beautiful 🙂

    • There are a lot of plants that are almost impossible to kill you know and you also learn a lot from making mistakes !Maybe you can try with a few pots filled with succulents, you can only kill them with a lot of water…..
      Have a great weekend and thanks for your comment.

  3. This is a nice article – thank you for reblogging. I hope you are enjoying the Spring! It is warming up nicely here – although being the UK it is also raining a lot! Have a nice weekend!

    • Have a fun weekend too ! Today was still cold and very wet and windy, it shouldn improve a lot by Sunday afternoon, but I want to see that before I believe it ! I do hope I can do SOME thing in the garden though !

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