Planting Your Miniature Garden

A miniature garden can fit in the smallest of pots or a big parking strip. What kind of miniature garden do you want to plant?

TOP TIP: “Put the right plant in the right place” is the univeral garden rule. It means to match the plants growing requirements to where it will be planted. For example, a Canada Hemlock that loves cool sun with its roots kept evenly damp would not grow well in a sunny, dry climate.

 

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I Know What You Did Last Summer

I Know What You Did Last Summer

Miniature Iris are to the left of the pond. The flower is big, but it's the perfect in-scale foliage that we love! ~ It's one thing to know what you did last summer, but the real question is: do you remember what you did last summer? :o) In last week's Mini Garden...

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[Miniature] Gardening in the Heat

[Miniature] Gardening in the Heat

Beat the heat by choosing plants that do well in the heat. This combination of the tall Compressa Juniper, a Blue Star Juniper on the left surrounded with Hens and Chicks, Brass Buttons, Miniature Daisies and assorted Sedums is perfect for a sunny spot. [Miniature]...

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Miniature Garden Plants: Secrets to Success

Miniature Garden Plants: Secrets to Success

Our old miniature garden, back in 2007, dressed for Father's Day. The Tompa Spruce was called a dwarf back then, now it's called a true miniature, with a growth rate of less than 1" per year. I love it when a great idea comes together... When I stumbled on to this...

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