It’s time to show off some of the miniature garden trees and shrubs that have been growing in our miniature gardens. We are in Seattle, Zone 7, with very temperate winters with the occasional freezing. We use to have cooler summers, but last summer was the hottest/driest on record with high temperatures that lasted for months. Our miniature garden trees and shrubs came through like champions.
There is still plenty of time to get everything in the ground in your miniature garden before summer. The plants below are from our Two Green Thumbs Miniature Garden Center Store. Check back often as our plant inventory changes often because, well, they are plants and not all plants are available at all times.
Stay tuned for more next week, there were too many miniature plants to include in just one post! Note that most of the plants shown in this blog post are outdoor plants. See our indoor options here.
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Love this post…these little trees are amazing! Would you consider taking a “panoramic” (hope that’s right) picture of your yard so we can see the scope/size of your miniature garden(s)? Thank you!
Hi Debby, That would entail my full-size garden being in shape. Lol! ;o) I will work on this idea though. We actually have a leg-up on the full-size garden beds this spring so I hope to have more photo opps to share in the coming months. <3