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The winter season is full of memory-making adventures, rituals, and celebrations. Whether you enjoy exciting times on snowy peaks or cozy evenings by the fire, there is so much to love about the coldest months of the year. While you might like to remember these events through pictures and videos, the miniature garden provides a unique and hands-on outlet for reminiscing. All you need to get starte...

Published: Saturday, October 13, 2018

The fall season is a special time for miniature gardening. The weather gets a little cooler, the leaves change color, and visions of candy, ghosts, and goblins start dancing in our heads. What better way to celebrate Halloween than with some quick and simple updates to your outdoor miniature garden or container garden. It does not take much to turn a fairy garden from sweet and summery to dark and...

Published: Friday, October 05, 2018

It is nearly time for some spooky, seasonal, Halloween fun! While you are busy weatherizing and theming your miniature garden for fall plus figuring out how to incorporate a little trick-or-treat magic in your yard or containers, you might consider taking your minis out of the garden. Yes, you heard that correctly! Fairy garden accessories can be extremely versatile inside the house, especially du...

Published: Tuesday, September 25, 2018

Sometimes, it is the smallest touch that makes the most significant impact, especially when it comes to the miniature garden. Large accessories help set the scene, but all the little details really form the “story” of the garden. What tale are you trying to tell in the fairy garden this season? One look from “real life” that can be adapted to the miniature garden is the basket. At home, yo...

Published: Sunday, September 16, 2018

The variety of designs present in miniature gardens can be mind-boggling. Some are outdoors, landscaped into the yard, and feel permanent as if these little fairy gardens bloomed up from the ground. Others are placed carefully in containers, indoors and out, and highlight the care and intention taken by the gardener. All miniature gardens can showcase a specific story or elicit emotions from those...

Published: Sunday, September 16, 2018

The art of gardening has been around for nearly as long as humans have roamed the Earth, but there is still always something new to enjoy. For those who are passionate about miniature gardening and fairy gardens, there are new themes, miniature accessories, ideas, and trends happening all the time! It does not take much to hit “refresh” on your garden. Perhaps you add a new miniature plant tha...

Published: Friday, September 14, 2018

You might think you know all about the ocean. Fish, whales, dolphins, and other animals swim and flip in the mighty waters. The wind blows. Ships chug slowly through its waves. However, have you considered the secrets that lie within seashells in the fairy garden? From shells that settle within the depths of a human-made sea to those that wash up on the sandy beach crafted in the miniature garden,...

Published: Sunday, August 26, 2018

School bells are ringing, the sun is setting earlier, and sweaters are beginning to appear in stores. What can this mean? Fall must be on its way! Just as you might make changes to your wardrobe and morning routine each time fall comes around, a few small, seasonal modifications can make a huge difference in the miniature garden. Whether you are readying your outdoor bed for cooler temperatures or...

Published: Saturday, August 18, 2018

When it comes to the world of fairy gardens, I am a bit of a novice. Dollhouses and mini figurines were passions of mine in childhood and beyond, but my lack of a green thumb has kept me from expanding that interest into the garden world. All that seems to have changed, however, since I was recently gifted a stunning miniature container garden! The wedding-themed fairy garden was not just any ...

Published: Thursday, August 16, 2018

Say “Hello” to a gardener whose passion and skills have helped her travel to all sorts of new worlds within the magical gardens she creates. Bertha’s interest in planning miniature gardening actually began far outside of the miniature garden, up in the air…with the birds! For years, Bertha has attracted thousands of gorgeous, delicate hummingbirds to her home using a mixture of shrubs, vin...

Published: Tuesday, August 14, 2018

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