Oh how we love the miniature and dwarf Mugo Pines for hardy miniature gardening. Most are hardy to -40F. This is a one inch scale garden. The Sedums on the right turn red when stressed and they’ll go back to green when the spring decides to stay. This pot has been together for several years.Adjusting to the New Winter Weather in the Miniature Garden
As our winters get colder and more ruthless in…
Catching up on custom work in the studio tonite. Not sure why I’m sideways. Lol! #Overtime #miniaturegarden #custom
From the cover of the bestselling book on the subject: Gardening in Miniature: The Elf Dwarf Spruce stays in a tight canopy and gradually gets bigger as the trunk lifts the canopy off the ground.A Look into the Future: Miniature Garden Trees
It’s that time of year, Fellow Miniature Gardeners, the time for new trees, new plantings and new ideas realized. It’s been a long, cold and dreary winter…
You can ONLY find this kind of reporting from www.minigardener.wordpress.com ! Lol! 😄😄😄 #miniaturegarden #fairygarden
Foolin’ around with the fairies for April Fools Day.What Garden Fairies Really Want That NOBODY Will Talk About!
Fooling around with the fairies for April Fool’s Day! Click to enlarge the photos.
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