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In the Miniature Garden With Mom: Happy Mother’s Day!

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Happy Mother’s Day from Two Green Thumbs Miniature Garden Center!

Happy Mother’s Day!

Hope you are making miniature gardens for Mother’s Day. She will love the garden. Then she will love you more for doing that for her, way more than any of your brothers and sisters. Then you’ll be her favorite child. Then it’s all good.

Have fun,
Janit & Steve.

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Our doghter, Kitty, helps with the Mother's Day photo shoot. :o)

Kitty helps with the Mom’s Day photo shoot. It look like she can smell that miniature dog. Lol!

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Miniature Gardening for the Fairies with Plow & Hearth

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Check out the lighted lamp post – cuteness! It was a fun project to build for the Plow & Hearth, North Wales store in PA. Variegated boxwood on the right, that lime-green tree that is in front or the house is a wee Wilma Cypress, or Lemon Cypress. That ivy in the front isn’t really in scale with the rest of the garden, but made a nice accent to trail down the front of the planter so it wouldn’t look so stark.

Miniature Gardening for the Fairies with Plow & Hearth

While in Philadelphia last week, I just had to give our friends from Plow & Hearth a call to see what is new and fresh this season for their miniature fairy gardening. I got more than I bargained for – I was asked to create another fairy garden for their North Wales store. So, not only did I have the chance to get up close and personal with the new items, I stayed and played for awhile and met a few fellow miniature gardeners too! Here is what happened.

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The raised planter was really fun to work with. There was enough room for two different vignettes. I designed it by placing the houses in first, then figured out where to put the trees and plants.

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The smaller houses now have smaller furniture to match. The teapot and cups are glued onto the table so you don’t have to fuss with them – or lose them. Dwarf Mondo Grass is on the left, Baby Tears to the right of it.

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I used our Mini Patio Mix Kit for the foundation for the house – and it was big enough for a front porch area too. Place the furniture as you would in you full-sized world and don’t block the door – the fairies won’t be able to go in and out. ;o)

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Plow & Hearth have pretty new sets for the spring. The whole line is interchangeable and everything seems to match with any house or furniture set.

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That red tree is a Coprosma ‘Pina Colada.’ It’s placed in a cache-pot that I buried right into the soil to make it look like it’s a big planter for the middle of the plaza. The tree may complain about being indoors eventually, but since its in the cache-pot, I can be replaced very easily. (Some spend $10 for a bouquet of flowers that last a week, why not spend the same on a temporary plant that can last for a couple of weeks or months?)

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Fairy crossing! The new fairy furniture sets are very sweet .

Fairy Gardening with Janit Calvo

Placed in a brightly lit spot, this garden should happily grow and weave together.

Find the planter here on Plow & Hearth’s online store.

Find their fairy garden houses and furniture here.

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The Evolution of the Miniature Garden

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The new, tiny trees and shrubs add another layer of realism to the miniature garden. In this miniature broken pot garden, the Gemstone Hinoki helps anchor the height of the Sky Pencil Ilex and balance it with the cascading garden.

The Evolution of the Miniature Garden

Hey! Pssst! Wanna buy a forest?

We are enjoying the new miniature garden plant sizes now that we have the major nurseries across America growing smaller, to meet the needs of mini and fairy gardeners across the nation – and the world for that matter. A recent garden center trade magazine cited a new trend in smaller plants coming from Europe. Huh? What? It is SO already here, Buddy! Perhaps our gardens were too small for him to see – but wait – now the plants are getting even smaller. Lol!

If you loved our mini and dwarf conifers for your miniature or fairy gardens, you’ll love the new sizes of tree that are now in stock. Tiny trees and shrubs in 2 ¼” pots are quite possibly, the cutest plants on the planet. Here are a few of them that we’ve been working with over the last year – and yes, I will get back to that forest for sale.

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A tiny Jersey Jewel Japanese Holly is “tots adorbs” as the kids say these days, meaning totally adorable that is. (The shortened version must save some time? ;o) It is paired with Elfin Thyme. The pot is about 5″ wide.

Your Miniature Garden CenterIf you haven’t tried our miniature garden plants in your miniature, or fairy gardens yet, how about it? We have been growing with the same trees since we started professionally miniature gardening 15 years ago. We still amazed at how they maintain their small size but develop a majestic look in miniature. They truly are a delight to grow. Here are some previous posts where you can find more photos of our plants and trees after a couple/few years of growing:

Why Conifers Make Great Miniature Garden Trees

And one more here on the Tansu Japanese Cedar.

Here is one of our online miniature garden galleries on Flickr. After you scroll through and look at all the gardens, start over again and look at plants in the gardens right here.

I know, I’m from Seattle. What about different climates? Here is some information on miniature plants for Texas and Florida.

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This diminutive Nana Lutea Hinoki Cypress with the golden foliage picks up the tiny flower color of the budding Golden Divine Barberry. This pot is about 6″ wide.

And here is your forest! We have two different sets of six tiny trees that could easily be grown together to create a miniature magical forest. Oh my, I think I just inspired myself – I need to go make one now, that sounds like too much fun. Lol!

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From lower left, clockwise: White Pygmy Sawara Cypress, Jean’s Dilly Dwarf Spruce, Miniature Juniper, Nana Lutea Hinoki Cypress, Valley Cushion Mugo Pine, Top Point White Cedar. As a group they are hardy to -10F, full sun, well-draining soil. Click the picture to see all the details.

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Clockwise from lower left corner: Jersey Jewel Japanese Holly, Tansu Japanese Cedar, Chirimen Hinoki Cypress, Thoweil Hinoki Cypress, Dwarf Princess Elm, Tsukumo Sawara Cypress. The different textures of the conifers combined with the deciduous Princess Elm and the Jersey Jewel Holly has a ton of seasonal interest all year long. As a group, hardy to -10F, full sun. Click the picture to see all the details.

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Aren’t they just the best? From left: a tiny Jean’s Dilly Dwarf Spruce, Fernspray Gold Hinoki Cypress, and Valley Cushion Mugo Pine that is so cute you will want to take it with you wherever you go. Lol! Click the picture to see all the details.

Geez, I’m like a kid in a candy store with these little guys! See all the sets and combinations here in our New and Back in Stock Department. Just a note that the 2 1/4″ conifers are just babies, and need protection from any extremes until they grow up a bit.

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In Seattle? Come and see me at the Northwest Flower and Garden Show on Wednesday, February 11th at 5pm at the DIY Stage! Admission is only $10 after 3pm and you are sure to find parking that day at that hour too. More info here.

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Holiday Roundup on the Mini Garden Guru Blog

Miniature Horse Head Wreaths

Horse head wreaths are the perfect compliment to a miniature Christmas tree. The main part of the head is from a Hinoki Cypress, the mane is from a dwarf Spruce. Click to enlarge.

New Miniature Garden Merchandise!

Holiday Roundup on the Mini Garden Guru Blog

Holy blogging Batman! Blogging for over 5 years, or over 300 blogs on one subject, really starts to add up. I need toJanit's Mini Garden Etsy Store be careful of duplicating my efforts because I often forget what I’ve done. Or, I need therapy for being a one-topic wonder for so long. Lol!

Here is a round-up of our holiday blogs about shopping, decorating, crafting, giving and sharing your miniature garden hobby with those that you love now, and throughout the year. I think you are like me and always want to make another miniature garden or explore another topic, technique or theme. When you use your hobby as a way to give very personalized gifts, you can start to open up more opportunities for exploring and creating – but, I’m repeating myself, aren’t I? Onward:

Miniature Horse Head Wreaths

DIY IDEA: Mini Horse Head Wreaths are very fun for the horse-lover on your list! 

On Shopping:

Give your family and friends your time and attention by creating together! Make a bonding experience that will be remembered. There are several different kits now available from our main online store.

Top 5 Miniature Garden Kits to Make

9 Fantastic Gift Ideas for Your Miniature Gardener

How to Save Money, Have Fun and Give Great Gifts this Holiday

A Miniature Garden for Every Budget

Vote With Your Wallet This Holiday Season

Miniature Garden Gift Ideas

Decorating & Crafting:

Create a centerpiece or mantel display for your Holiday party or family dinner. Here’s a blog on how to bring your outdoor miniature garden inside for the day, here.

DIY Christmas Decor for the Miniature Garden

Have a Very Fairy Christmas Without the Frou Frou

Decorating Your Miniature Garden for the Holidays

Get Crafty for the Holidays

Living Miniature Wreaths

Living Miniature Wreaths from dwarf and miniature conifers – everything is the right scale – in miniature! Make it the same way as full-size and watch for the smiles.


Miniature gardens are fun to give and fun to get. Don’t know what to give? Here’s our gift certificates on the front page of our online store here.

“The All Time Most Thoughtful and Incredibly Creative Gift of All Time”

How to Save Money and Have Fun this Holiday

Make Quick and Affordable Gifts

Miniature Garden Wreath

A living miniature wreath made from Hinoki, Spruce, Threadbranch Cypress, Sequoia leaves and moss. Harvested from our miniature and dwarf collection of conifers.


A few different blogs on sharing and spreading the joy of miniature gardening:

Sharing Your Miniature Garden Hobby

Miniature Garden News from Around the World

Miniature Gardening Cross the Pond and Comes Back Again

How to Change the World One Garden at a Time

Miniature wreath made with "real" juniper leaves.

Miniaturizing the full-size method of making living garland is way too fun. The styles and themes are plentiful, the task is quick and fun.


On Searching this Blog:

We are working on ways to reorganize this blog so YOU can find what you need to as well. In the meantime, try a couple of different keywords in the search bar at the right and type in different combinations of your topic or question. A word, or two words, usually work the best – I see there have been searches for full sentences and unless I’ve written that exact sentence, nothing will come up for you.

Well it has certainly been a whirlwind this year with the Gardening in Miniature book tour – and then recovering from the book tour! This next year promises to be more thrilling than last though, as all the ideas are still stockpiling here in my notebooks, my head and the studio shelves, begging for release. If you liked this blog, then you’ll love our Mini Garden Gazette newsletter released monthly. Join us here.

Find the plants, accessories and patio materials that we used in these photos here, in America’s Favorite Miniature Garden Center store here.

A dog named Kitty photo bombing a product shoot.

Our dog, Kitty, is our favorite photo bomber. Lol! Click the picture to see her new line of merchandise!


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Top 5 Miniature Garden Kits Make Gift-Giving Easy!

Top 5 Miniature Garden Kits Gifts!


Top 5 Miniature Garden Kits Make Gift-Giving Easy!

Oh the weather outside is… um, who cares? We can still have some garden crafty fun with these wonderful indoor garden kits this season! Here’s what we have for YOU!

Don’t you just love the thrill of a new kit? The expectation of spending time doing Unique and unusual miniature garden accessories, kits, plants and more.something that you’ve really wanted to do. Savoring the fun of unpacking all the parts and pieces one by one, appreciating the moment and taking your sweet time. Discovering all the details, flipping through the instructions, enjoying all the photos before skimming the step-by-step instructions. Carefully planning a block of time to make and create or, calling up your Mom or friend to tell them, “Come over! It’s here!”

Or, it could be just me. But, I really don’t think so.

Kits can also be a way of creating a lasting memory, getting the whole family involved – or by simply making one with your Grandma over the holidays. You can get a few different kits for everyone to mix and match or simply get one kit for each person to make sure everyone leaves with a miniature garden. It will be a gift that keeps giving through the year as you check-up on each others miniature gardens, add special accents or accessories throughout the year and decorate them for an occasion or anniversary.

New Kits are a Hit!

Here are some fun kits for you to enjoy this season from the studios of Two Green Thumbs Miniature Garden Center. There are indoor kits and hardy combos for outdoors too. Note that you can put any kind of container garden together at anytime as long as your potting soil isn’t frozen. So, go ahead, make a bit of a mess and get your hands into the soil instead of the shopping mall. It’s good for the soul and the environment; it’s a great gift to give and a very fun way to spend time with those you love this holiday season.

Classic Indoor Miniature Garden Kit

Our Classic Indoor Miniature Garden Kit.

The Classic Indoor English Boxwood Kit

A best-seller that we’ve been putting together for years now. The boxwood tree needs bright indirect light and does really well underneath a grow bulb too. (There are grow bulbs that can fit into regular lamps now!) The tree is paired with plants that like the same growing conditions for easy maintenance.

All you need for this Indoor Miniature Garden Kit is a pot, average 8” wide and deep, and potting soil with no additional fertilizers or water-retaining polymers, a pair of gloves, a water mister and a pair of scissors. That’s it!

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New Combo Kits

We have three different combinations for this season that you can choose what to include. These unique kits make a fun gift to give because it can just tickle the imagination by ordering the accessories only, or you can include everything to make a perfect gift of miniature gardening. Add the plants? Add a Gardening in Miniature book? The choice is yours! Patio materials, Mini Patio Mix and shipping by Priority Mail is included for US residences, including Alaska and Hawaii.

Bird Lovers Miniature Garden Kit

The Bird Lovers Miniature Garden Kit shown here with the plants and Gardening in Miniature Book. You choose what you want to include!

The Bird Lovers Miniature Garden Kit includes two birdhouses and a birdbath for your miniature feathered friends, a rocker and a cedar trellis that is staked to hold up in the garden soil.

Dog Lovers Miniature Garden Kit

Dog Lovers Miniature Garden Kit shown without the plants and book – can make a great gift too!

The Dog Lovers Miniature Garden Kit includes a wee doghouse, a bowl of dog food and the cutest rawhide bone you ever saw. An Adirondack chair and a stump-table are also included.

Garden Lovers Miniature Garden Kit

Garden Lovers Miniature Garden Kit – add the plants, add a book, or not – it’s your choice!

The Garden Lovers Miniature Garden Kit has a very sweet bench and table set, garden hand tools, a water can and a picket fence.

Indoor Mini Garden Kits from Two Green Thumbs

New Indoor Mini Garden Kits are complete with soil and pot included.

New Mini-Mini Kits

This is our first all-inclusive Indoor Mini Garden Kit with the pot and potting soil included! The pots are really nicely done, pretty yellow or blue colors and come with a matching saucer. The plants are in a 2-in-1 pot shown above with half Baby Tears and half Dwarf Mondo Grass, and comes with tiny accessories, patio materials and a 32-page PDF is included.

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Tiny Moss Garden can make a great gift for a friend or coworker.

Tiny Miniature Moss Gardens

We’ve been playing with these for over two months now and they are still just cute as a button! Spray the moss at least once a day to keep it fresh. Tiny moss gardens can live on a windowsill and come with your choice of a gnome or a Buddha, a water mister is included. Moss is forgiving – if you forget to water it, it can be revived. Find the three different kinds of moss gardens up in our etsy store here. 

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Need to schedule a delivery for a certain day? We can do that too!  The USPS deadline for shipping is December 20th. All our high-quality plants will be okay if left in the box for total of 5 to 7 days.

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How to Install Mini and Fairy Houses in Your Miniature Garden

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Working with Plow & Hearth’s miniature garden houses today. We’ve worked their Fairy Garden Cottage with Turret into an already existing miniature garden layout here and found that it can add another level of curiosity and enchantment.

How to Install Mini and Fairy Houses in Your Miniature Garden

Working a tiny house into your miniature garden design can add another dimension to an already existing layout. Once the viewer sees the tiny house, the story starts to evolve and curiosity starts to bubble and perk as the questions begin: Whose house is that? What’s going on inside? I wonder if I can I see inside? Houses and buildings are especially effective with young children because their ability to suspend realism is very endearing, as well as the house being big enough not to get broken or lost in the garden bed.

Shop Two Green ThumbsSo, with a little help from Plow & Hearth today, we have a few houses to play with in various ways in our miniature gardens here at our studio. It is interesting to note that the few rules that do apply to miniature gardening apply to using miniature houses too. We found that it is still the combination of plants, patio and accessories with the house, that come together to create that “Aaawwww!” moment that delights and enchants instantly. Let’s take a look at the photos to see what works and what doesn’t.

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In the photograph above, we fit the house underneath the canopy of a Jacqueline Hillier Elm, top-left corner, next to small Shimpaku Juniper shrub to the left of the house, you see the tiny trunk. The tall column of the Sky Pencil Japanese Holly to the right of the house works as an anchor point and helps to put the building into perspective for us. The patio and furniture helps deliver the scale.

The bottom layer is filled with small-leafed Sedums and ground covers to cinch the garden beds and to nestle-in the accessories. I resisted the urge to clean-up the shot and left the fallen leaves and debris alone. Note that the simple things, like a log or a boulder, can add a sense of permanence to the scene.

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The same house, simplified. If you took away one element, the plants, the patio or the chair, the scene would look incomplete.

Here, we’ve used the same house in a different part of the garden – it’s Plow & Hearth’s Miniature Fairy Garden Cottage with Turret. The fine-foliage of the beautiful Tansu Japanese Cedar canopy on the right helps to put the house in scale, the smaller Balsam Fir and ground cover Red Thyme finish the simple scene on the left. If we didn’t have the patio and chair to complete the idea, the house would look a bit lost. This patio is made from rolled marble pebbles and tumbled glass pieces and laid-in by hand with our Mini Patio Mix Kit.

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I think there needs to be something else going on, like a birdbath or patio furniture. The house seems a bit lonely. Lol!

Unique and unusual miniature garden accessories, kits, plants and more.

When photographing the houses, we found more mystery by photographing the scene from behind a taller tree or full-sized plant. That is a Pixie Dwarf Spruce on the right and another Balsam Fir on the left. The big trunk behind the house is a full-size Alpine Fir. The patio was made from our stone sheets and locked-in with our Mini Patio Mix Kit. This is Plow & Hearth’s Resin Thatched Fairy Cottage.

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Fitting a scene in an already existing garden still needed a bit of help to look right.

It was very fun to walk around the garden and see where the house looked its best but, funnily enough, we had to go back to our main components to get the look that we wanted. The patio and pathway situated the house enough to make it look like it belonged there and the smaller plantings brought the scale down to match the house. Here, in this photo, there were a couple of miniature garden trees and trees to work with: that amber-colored shrub to the left is a small heather and then to the left of that is a Pixie Dwarf Spruce help layer the full-size plants down to miniature.

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I couldn’t resist pairing the house with the reds and pinks of that Rose Glow Barberry behind it.

Now you can start to see how the smaller plantings around the house make it work. Now I want to live there. This is the Plow & Hearth Miniature Stucco Fairy Garden Cottage with Thatched Roof.

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The ground covers in this part of the garden were planted about 4 years ago. You can see how fun it is to left them grow and weave together. I’ll have to get in there next spring and weed out the New Zealand Brass Buttons (the mini fern-like plant) as it is fairly invasive.

Just a little patio is all you need – pardon the pun – this one was made from marble pieces, an ivory stone sheet and our Mini Patio Mix. The Plow & Hearth Adirondack chairs are an invitation to come on in and sit down. The stumps are staked to hold in place in the garden soil. Again, the rocks add a sense of permanence. Find the miniature garden ground covers up the our online store here.

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Have fun tucking some miniature details here and there to pique the viewers curiosity and force them to come in for a closer look.

Sedum cuttings in the wee pots make the perfect miniature container plants. Now you can see how aggressive that New Zealand Brass Buttons is but it grows on runners, so you can easily shovel-prune it or pull up the runners by hand, but boy does it look sweet.

Plow & Hearth carries the best book on Miniature Gardening too, if I may add. See Gardening in Minature: How to Create Your Own Tiny Living World up in their store here.

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Miniature Gardening News From Around the World

Miniature Garden Plants is Our Specialty!

Flower Show Miniature Settings Photo

Prime Minister of Singapore, Lee Hsien Loong, is caught taking photos of Dr. K’s miniature garden exhibit at the Singapore Garden Festival. Yay!! Photo from Louise Krasniewicz of the Flower Show Miniature Settings blog.

Miniature Gardening News From Around the World

Shop Miniature Gardens at Two Green ThumbsGeez, I take a week-off from blogging and miniature gardening goes on a world tour. Lol! Just in case you missedwhat’s been happening in the ever-growing world of The Little Hobby That Could, it’s making some serious headway throughout the world. Here is your update!

But First, Clarification for the Masses

But first, let us define our terms. Two things that stand out as I read the comments coming in from the general public, is that (1) miniature gardening is bonsai and (2) it is nothing new.

While bonsai is a form of gardening in miniature, this new way to garden is about just that – a garden. Bonsai means “tray-plant” (bon = tray, sai = plant) and its focus is on growing miniature versions of trees in shallow, tray-like pots. Bonsai really is an art form that requires diligence, patience and constant maintenance.

Miniature gardeners design with living plants and trees that mimic full-size plants, grow slowly and are planted as a garden in regular containers, or right in the ground. We adhere to the main garden rule, “right plant, right place” to minimize the maintenance so the garden is able to grow and weave together naturally. Most mini gardens are able to stay together for years before needing any repotting and the root-pruning is minimal, if it is needed at all.

Old fashioned miniature garden style

I used to make these a lot when I did the farmer, garden and craft markets. I called them “Old Fashioned Miniature Gardens” – it was the kind of garden your Grandma used to make. Nowadays it would be called a Fairy Garden. The blooming plant is an Armeria, or Pink Sea Thrift that is pulled apart into small starts. Photo Janit Calvo

And no, miniature gardening in not new – it’s just new to the marketplace and to most people, plus it needed some serious updating which is why I picked up the torch and ran with it. The one thing I discovered while selling my miniature gardens for years at farmers markets and trade shows, is that people have been miniature gardening and fairy gardening for decades. It was such a personal hobby, and there was no where to share it until social media linked everyone together, so it went unnoticed until recently.

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From The Gardens by the Bay website.

I’ve been captivate by these since seeing them on Instagram last year. The Singapore Garden Festival was held at the Gardens by the Bay where you’ll find these wonderful sculptures called the Supertree Grove. It must be amazing to see! Click the photo to visit the site. Photo from

Singapore Garden Festival Finds Miniature Gardening Fits the Bill

A delegation of miniature gardeners from the Philadelphia Flower Show’s Miniature Settings were invited to the Singapore Garden Festival to show, tell and teach about miniature gardening. Vice chair of the exhibit in PA, Louise Krasniewicz, was accompanied by Deb Mackie and Nancy Grube, all three are award-caliber miniaturists. Dr. K. (aka Louise) chronicled their journey on her Miniature Flower Show Settings Blog. It starts here and you’ll find links to the other exhibit and workshop posts further down on the page.

Your Miniature Garden CenterThe Huffington Post Tries a Little Gardening

The Huffington Post did a little miniature gardening last week and posted a series of different gardens found on the popular Hometalk website. The headline boasted fairy gardens but, alas, there was nary a fairy in sight in the photos they choose – temporary arrangements, terrariums and my twee garden ideas were included. Please feel free to like, repost, comment and share. Thank you, Huffington Post!

The Daily Mail Online Gets On Trend

The Daily Mail is a popular website from the UK. They highlighted a series of my photographs this week for all to see! The only thing – I wish they spelled my name right. Lol! See the gallery here. Please feel free to like, repost, comment and share. Thank you, Daily Mail!

And Houston? We Have a Contact in India!

If you’ve been following me for a while, you’ll recognize these gardens as the winners of the international segment of our Great Annual Miniature Garden Contest last year. (The winners start here.) They are now up and running with their own website, (its a work-in-progress so check back!) and you can keep in touch with them on Facebook here.  

Who knew such a little garden could have so much impact?

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