BEST THEMED GARDEN by Laney for The Great Annual Miniature Garden Contest. Complete with graveyard ~ very scary.
The Themed Miniature Gardens from the Great Annual Miniature Garden Contest, Part 4 of 6
The themed category for the Great Annual Miniature Garden Contest was a fun one! The big prize goes to Laney of Mississippi for her halloween miniature garden. We loved the layering of the trees and shrubs. The tiny graveyard is just too cute! Congratulations Laney!
Check out the rest and you can click the picture to enlarge them for a better look. We’ve got everything from the beach to Christmas! Lol!
RUNNER UP for the themed category for is Carol B’s beach garden for The Great Annual Miniature Garden Contest. Check out the seagull on the posts on the left. Way cute!
Leslie B’s miniature beach garden for The Great Annual Miniature Garden Contest. The long dracaena leaves give it a tropical flair.
Sara W’s Thai Vacation garden for The Great Annual Miniature Garden Contest. We loved how the baby parlor palms and the asparagus ferns create the “jungle.” Can you feel the heat? ;o)
Jody C’s scary garden for The Great Annual Miniature Garden Contest. How to get more life out of a dead plant – use it for a Halloween garden! Love the balance of good and “evil!” Lol!
Mary Jane F’s Halloween garden for The Great Annual Miniature Garden Contest. Mary Jane had the same idea but the dead tree is much further along with the decay – check out the mushrooms growing around the base of it. Lol! Love the kittens!!
Shannon V’s “I Want to Be a Cowboy” miniature garden for the Great Annual Miniature Garden Contest. We just love the miniature Aztec carpet with the baskets, and the New Mexico accents – the combination really delivers the message.
Lori B’s Christmas garden for The Great Annual Miniature Garden Contest. This makes me giggle. It’s twinkly – like a holiday! I think that’s a Jervis Canada Hemlock in there – a very sweet tree that loves damp, cool soil.
Thank you all for participating!
To see all the eligible entries in one slideshow, see the main page of our home website, TwoGreenThumbs.com!
Part 1 of this series, the eligible container gardens, click here.
Part 2, the eligible fairy gardens, click here.
Part 3 is the in-ground gardens, click here.
Part 5, the International gardens are here.
Part 6, the remainder of entries are here.
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