Wonderful new, true miniature conifers are now in stock at your Miniature Garden Center, TwoGreenThumbs.com. Check out the darling little developing cones on the Hildburghausen Miniature Norway Spruce. I am in love!!
New, True Miniature Garden Trees are the REAL DEAL!
“One for you. One for me. One for you. One for me… ” Lol! Sometimes I wonder why I am in the business of gardening in miniature. I’m like a kid in a candy store but I don’t eat the profits, I plant the profits. Thankfully, I’m running out of room in my in-ground garden to house them – but, wait – the dog can do without a lawn right? ;o)
And Primo it is! We are loving this new dwarf arborvitae, ‘Primo!’ This is exactly what we look for: a small tree that looks like a “big” tree in miniature!
Check out the wonderful additions to our online miniature garden nursery this season! TRUE miniature and dwarf trees and shrubs! Just in time of the holidays too – you can really surprise any miniature gardener, fairy gardener, railroad gardener, conifer collector, bonsai artist, shohin or mame artist or any plant nut for that matter.
Our miniature trees are of the highest quality in the country, if I must say, and they all are “good in the pot” until next spring as long as you keep them watered – even if is it freezing outside (frozen is much better than freeze-dried, right?) Keep them outside and you’ll keep them happy even if you are not ready to plant them or wrap them up for the gift-giving season.
You know you can plant anything in-ground as long as the soil is not frozen or soaking wet AND you also know that you can plant a container garden at anytime of year.
These new trees and shrubs are outdoor plants. Don’t think you can fool Mother Nature by keeping them indoors – unless you just want to enjoy it as a temporary arrangement, like cut flowers for example. You can find all the growing information and planting zones in each tree listing too.
If you have any questions, or find that something you wanted sold out – because quantities are limited – get in touch with us at info@TwoGreenThumbs.com and we can put your name on the waitlist for the next time the plant(s) become available. (This may not take as long as you think since our grower is now fully on board with the miniature garden idea!)
The new Jana Dwarf Spruce. All those little ball-shaped buds made me giggle when I this took this photo!
Geisha Japanese Holly – Lovely, tiny, rounded leaves.
Hebefolia Miniature Canada Hemlock – Awesome. The smallest Hemlock ever!
Hildburghausen Miniature Norway Spruce – You need to see the tiny cones!
Jana Miniature Norway Spruce – The buds all over it made me giggle. Lol!
Jeddeloh Canada Hemlock – Perfect for the full shade mini garden.
Just Dandy Hinoki Cypress – Wonderful emerald green colors.
Little Charmer Dwarf Hinoki Cypress – Different colors & textures in one!
Little John Dwarf Hinoki Cypress – Amazing pattern in the swirling branches.
Moonfrost Canada Hemlock – A permanent a favorite for the mini garden.
Primo Dwarf Arborvitae – So looking forward to growing this one!
Shimpaku Chinese Juniper – Perfectly hardy to trim into a any shape.
Sky Pencil Japanese Holly – Evergreen and tall, the perfect anchor tree.
Tom Thumb Cotoneaster – Year-round interest, flowers in the spring.
Valley Cushion Dwarf Mugo Pine – Hardy and loves the full, hot sun.
Wee Willie Dwarf Boxwood – Versatile! Topiary, hedge or a wee tree!
White Bud Mugo Pine – A joy to grow, becomes a terrific “big” tree.
See the photos, close ups and growing information in our New and Back in Stock trees, plants and shrubs for the miniature garden hobby. It’s our specialty!
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The smallest Hemlock that we’ve had in the last 15 years in business. The Hebefolia Canada Hemlock is named after the perennial Hebe plant because if it’s tiny, rounded leaves. “One for me. One for you….” Lol!
I didn’t see these tiny cones on the Hebefolia Canada Hemlock at first. Check out the tiny stripes on the backside of the leaves too. It’s the little things, isn’t it? :o)