Miniature Gardening with Sticks and Stones

Miniature Garden Cedar Trellis with Dolphin Fountain

Miniature Garden Cedar Trellis with Dolphin Fountain, the water is resin.

Miniature Gardening with Sticks and Stones

“The only limit is your imagination.” – Einstein

Here’s a wordless Wednesday blog on some of the authentic miniature garden accessories that we’ve unearthed here at Two Green Thumbs Miniature Garden Studio this season. We are tickled to introduce real miniature cedar trellises and real miniature engraved garden stones, both are made here in the US of A. And there is a special tribute to Mom and Dad at the end. Happy Wednesday!

Miniature Garden Trellis with Hat

Miniature Garden Trellis with Hat

Miniature Cedar Treillis with Wall Pot

Miniature Cedar Trellis with Wall Pot planted with Sedum cuttings.

Miniature Cedar Treillis

Miniature Cedar Trellis will weather nicely.

Miniature Love Forever

Miniature Love Forever!

Miniature Engraved Garden Stones

Miniature Engraved Garden Stones are engraved in Georgia.

Miniature Garden "Hugs" Rock

Permanent Little Hugs...

Handmade Twig Trugs from Whitbey Island

Handmade Twig Trugs from Whidbey Island, there are two sizes available and they last for years planted up, surprisingly. We tested one out for the last five years and the bottom is still intact, without rot. Placing it up on "feet" helps too.

Mom with Baby on a pedestal. Where all Moms should be.

Mom with Baby on a pedestal. Where all Moms should be. Special order only for now.

Miniature Garden Art: Good Dads are too few and should be on a pedestal too.

Miniature Garden Art: Good Dads are too few and should be on a pedestal too.

Mom and Dad on Pedestal are special orders for now. Email me at Janit@TwoGreenThumbs.com

See the rest of the new items up in the store here. Clicking on the pictures should take you to the listing.

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7 Comments »

  1. Love those yellow boots

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  2. What charming mini trugs!

    What is it about miniatures that is so appealing. Love them.

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  5. Kestrel said

    I agree – as soon as you make something itty bitty it becomes adorable. Who would have thought to look at biggie yellow boots and say “Awwwww!”
    Your scale is flawless. I’m making a mini fairy TOWN by my front porch so I thank you for all the ideas!

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  6. I love the concept. So creative. Really enjoyed the article.

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  7. Jen said

    Love these designs, especially the cedar trellises. I wasnt aware there was such thing as miniature gardens…looks like something really cute and unique to start as a hobby.

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