Maintaining Your Miniature Garden

Ideas, tips and techniques for maintaining your miniature garden, wether it lives in a container or in-ground.

Top Tip: Grow with it. Go with the seasons and the plant’s natural cycles. Most plants grow most in the spring, maintain in the summer, go to sleep in the fall and rest in the winter. Thinking about what stage the plant’s growth is, this will guide you on when to prune (late winter,) feed (spring & summer,) or divide your plants (late winter/early spring.)

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Get Out! Enjoying Spring in the Mini Garden

Get Out! Enjoying Spring in the Mini Garden

The Loowit Canada Hemlock in spring. The tiny buds look like ornaments. Very sweet. ~ I've got my fleece hoodie on, my wool socks and a hat - and I'm inside in my office. It's the end of March in the PNW, did someone forget to order spring? I'm itching to get out in...

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Preparing for Winter in the Miniature Garden

Preparing for Winter in the Miniature Garden

This miniature garden lives in Grandview, Washington. The clients wanted a garden for part shade, hardy, asymmetrical and with a pond. They loved it! ~ The most powerful miniature garden images come from gardens that have been growing and weaving together for years. A...

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A Mini Spring Round-Up in the Miniature Garden!

A Mini Spring Round-Up in the Miniature Garden!

Have you visited out other website yet? It's the HOME of miniature gardening! And a hub for all our work throughout the Internet, we've been online since 2004. Check it out at MiniatureGarden.com! ~ Happy, happy Spring! You just can't beat the first smell of spring in...

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Winterizing your Miniature or Fairy Gardens

Winterizing your Miniature or Fairy Gardens

Take your accessories in before Old Man Winter comes a'knockin' ! They will last longer and won't get damaged by the extreme weather. ~ The rains finally came back to Seattle a couple of weeks ago after a record dry spell of over 90 days. Thankfully, our in-ground...

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