~ Okay, you know how I always tell you that miniature gardens can make anyone smile? I mean anyone? Well here is another way to guarantee that smile and possibly some giggles too: a miniature garden for your miniature garden!
This wee garden is the perfect size to go next to a chair on your miniature patio, on the edge of your mini cedar deck, tuck it underneath a miniature tree or use it to fill in an empty spot in the garden bed. Got a miniature house in your fairy garden? Place two pots on either side of the door for a great welcome for your fairy guests!
It’s all from your friend’s at Two Green Thumbs Miniature Garden Center where we are truly obsessed with anything miniature garden.
Now make sure you leave at least a few minutes to complete this project. :o)
We use our miniature sedum cuttings, together with our exclusive Mini Patio Mix, for this little kit. The Mini Patio Mix is the perfect scale for the tiny gardens AND there are three pots with enough plants to go ’round – so call your friends over for a True Miniature Garden Party!
See our store, Two Green Thumbs Miniature Garden Center, for your cuttings, wee pots, Mini Patio Mix and more here.
Check out our new short video below – it may be too short – Lol! Leave any comments or questions below.
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Love the blog! The miniature garden for the miniature garden is beyond adorable!! I can’t wait to try one!
Lots of great ideas and information about miniature gardening is in the blog. Some of the information I hadn’t thought of.
Keep up the great work!!