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1. Designing an Inviting Holiday Miniature Garden
October 31, 2018


Can you imagine the jingling sleigh bells, chilly snowflakes, and pine-scented wreaths? Have you started playing the holiday tunes on repeat? If you are feeling ready (or almost ready) for the Christmas season, you can bet that it is just about time to get your miniature garden into the holiday spirit. From seasonal miniature plants to winter-themed fairy houses and all the fairy garden accessories in between, there is so much to celebrate when it comes to planning your holiday miniature garden. When you sit down to plan out your garden, you might want to think “outside the box” when it c... (read more)

Author: Florence Blum

2. Make a Statement with Pillows in Your Fairy Garden
October 29, 2018


Miniature gardening is one of the best hobbies to show off your personality, imagination, and ideas, not to mention your green thumb. Whether you like to create holiday themes, expertly decorated scenes, or fairy gardens that recall specific memories, a miniature garden can be chock-full of opportunities to share your personality. One of the easiest ways to present your thoughts and feelings is—surprisingly—through pillows! Pillows are fairy garden accessories often associated with good memories and feelings. We all remember the pillows from our childhood living room or perhaps have a fav... (read more)

Author: Florence Blum

3. Making Snow Memories in a Miniature Garden
October 27, 2018


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 started are some carefully chosen fairy garden accessories, an eye for landscaping, and playful imagination. Snowy For those who live in climates with snowy, cold winters, winter offers a plethora of ... (read more)

Author: Florence Blum

4. Eek! Put Some Spooky in Your Halloween Miniature Garden
October 25, 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 spooky. We have ideas for gardeners who like to keep the emphasis on “treats,” as well as those whose themed gardens are full of scary tricks! Cute and Calm If you are hoping to make your Hallo... (read more)

Author: Florence Blum

5. Protect Your Investment With Garden Furniture Covers
October 07, 2018


Now, you have spent a great deal of time, choosing your garden furniture. Now you need to learn how to maintain it and keep it in good shape so that it lasts a very long time. You may want to consider purchasing furniture covers. These will protect your furniture from the elements and will assure that your furniture lasts for a very long time. You may want to contemplate how often will do you plan on using your garden furniture. Is it heavy and easy to move around, or is it cast iron and is very difficult to lift and move around. Do you have a place to store it? You may decide that coveri... (read more)

Author: Marc Deschamps

6. Spooky Miniature Gardens as Table Decorations
October 04, 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 during the holidays.  What is an entertaining way to use them? The dinner table is an idea. While you may balk at the thought of using outdoor decorations inside, they can easily add a bit of fall fun b... (read more)

Author: Florence Blum

7. Consider Scale When Planting a Trunk Fairy Garden
October 03, 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 who view them. What is one of the easiest ways to build a story within a miniature garden? Choose a container that adds specific character and context! Miniature gardens planted inside books, seashel... (read more)

Author: Florence Blum

8. What's New in Miniature Gardening and Fairy Gardens?
October 03, 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 that changes the personality of your small-scale garden or decides to tell a story in your fairy garden through a new fairy house. As we gear up for fall and winter, now is a great time to start dreaming up ... (read more)

Author: Florence Blum

9. Ideas for Using Baskets in the Fairy Garden
October 03, 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, you might use baskets as décor, practical containers, or both! The same concept can be accomplished in the miniature garden. Read on for a few of our favorite ideas. •    Woven baskets have come back into ... (read more)

Author: Florence Blum

10. Taking Care of the Fall Miniature Garden
September 14, 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 adjusting your miniature accessories to get the fairy garden autumn-ready, we have just the tips you need to keep your miniscape plan on track. First things first: weatherizing your garden for t... (read more)

Author: Florence Blum

11. A Wedding in the Miniature Garden
September 14, 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 gift, but a present for members of a bridal party. One of my best friends got married to the love of her life this summer, and they decided to do unique gifts for the party. Instead of the usual jew... (read more)

Author: Florence Blum

12. Bertha's Passion for Fairy Gardens
September 14, 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, vines, and flowers. They are a joy to watch as they dart back and forth, all day long. While on a quick trip to pick up two hummingbird decorations from a local nursery, Bertha’s husband noticed some miniature g... (read more)

Author: Florence Blum

13. Follow the Stepping Stones to the Fairy House
September 14, 2018


Can you imagine the sound of fairy wings flapping delicately in the miniature garden breeze? Fairies love to fly, but they often touch down to play with friends, have a cup of tea, or return to the fairy houses to catch some Z's. Now, can you imagine the sound of tiny fairy feet stepping through the garden? There could be a whole world of strange noises, depending on what your miniature garden includes. Sticky mud, tangled vines, and poking woodchips are all challenges for fairies who are just trying to step from place to place. You can quickly, easily, and stylishly solve the issue of fa... (read more)

Author: Florence Blum

14. Follow Your Dreams in Designing a Fairy Garden
September 14, 2018


A fairy garden is a place of beauty, peace, relaxation, and creativity. Perhaps your yard is filled with plants, fairy houses, and miniature accessories. However, a garden can be much, much more than an impressive showpiece. It can also be a place of immense possibility. Your heart’s deepest desires and mind’s greatest wishes can be experienced in the miniature garden, even if you have not attained them (yet) in “real life.” How can this be? Is a miniscape the place to plant your hopes and dreams? Yes! In the miniature fairy garden, anything is possible. Trolls and fairies can play as fri... (read more)

Author: Florence Blum

15. Take Stunning Pictures of Your Fairy Garden
September 14, 2018


So, you have completed your newest fairy garden design. The miniature plants are in the ground, the garden accessories are positioned just so, and the flowers are beginning to bloom. What is the next step? It is sharing your garden! Miniature gardens tell some of the most unique and exciting tales. What better way to reveal your garden’s stories than to take photographs of your creations. If you are new to photography or nervous about taking pictures, do not worry. You need not own an expensive camera to ensure quality photos of your miniature garden. They can, in fact, be had with the simple ... (read more)

Author: Florence Blum

16. Tales of Mermaids Living in Seashells
September 13, 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, there are whole worlds to discover inside these delicate treasures. If you look very, very carefully, one day you might spot a miniature mermaid inside a seashell! Why? Well, they offer the best... (read more)

Author: Florence Blum

17. Help Your Plants Get Through The Heat
August 06, 2018


Like most gardeners, I am positive you have placed plenty of labor into planting and nurturing your garden, and have with pride been to look at it grow through the spring and summer. The last item you wish to check is your plants wilt away within the hot summer heat. Whether or not you have planted tasty vegetables, lovely flowers or a brand new tree, facilitate them survive rising temperatures with these helpful tips: Provide Slow, Deep Watering Plants would like water not solely to grow, however additionally to require in vital nutrients from the soil. Most gardens would like con... (read more)

Author: Todd Attoe

18. What Is Companion Planting All About?
August 06, 2018


Mediterranean gardeners have regularly put basil and tomatoes together in the kitchen as lovely as in the garden. Many people agree with that the odors from the aromatic oils produced in basil leaves assist in repelling bugs that might otherwise bother the tomato plants. This may additionally or may also now not be so, however planting them close to each other is merely an excellent way to combine two tasty crops. When it comes to the science of associate planting, it is difficult to prove any exact reason and effect relationships. Life in the garden is a little unique each year, so it ... (read more)

Author: Todd Attoe

19. 4 Types of Flowers That You Must Have in Your Dorset Garden
July 26, 2018


Dorset is well known for its beautiful flower festivals and garden shows. You can't be living there be tempted by the idea of having the prettiest garden in the county. There are so many types of flowers, shrubs, bushes and trees that can be planted that it is easy to get confused and overwhelmed. Here are some of Britain's most beloved flower species that are suitable for almost every type of garden, and are bound to earn you first place in this years gardening contest. The Flower from The Gardens of the Old World The lavender, also known as Lavandula can be found from the Canary Island... (read more)

Author: Is Evtimova

20. Good Quality Garden Tools Makes Gardening Fun!
July 12, 2018


So you have got the garden bug and so off to the garden center to pick plants. Or your favorite garden tool website! Wait just a minute; before you leave the garden center, better run through a checklist and see if you’ve got all the garden tools you’ll need to make your garden the most productive. We aren’t going to break the bank here; no power tools and even a few you can craft yourself. We’ll touch on a few items that could be considered luxuries, but only if they make the job more comfortable and more fun. We can make this list a lot more organized by breaking the jobs in the garden into ... (read more)

Author: Todd Attoe

21. Water Features & Hardscaping Tips for Landscapes
June 15, 2018


For many homeowners, the yard is a source of pride or at least a continual project. For years, homeowners have enhanced the appearance of their yards through landscaping. Landscaping involves the strategic placement of carefully selected plants that require constant care. In recent years, an increasing number of homeowners have turned to hardscaping to make their outdoor space more appealing. Hardscaping uses decorative concrete, bricks, and stones to create beautiful human-made structures for yards. Here are four of the current trends in hardscaping. Water Features Water features in... (read more)

Author: Arissa Dimond

22. How to Make the Most of Your Water Heater
November 21, 2017


Your tankless water heater NJ came with a set of instructions that detailed the proper maintenance methods for keeping this vital piece of equipment running properly and most efficiently. Unless you understand how to follow these instructions and why, it may be difficult to keep your heater in check for long. As water streams into your water heater, it can cause a buildup of things such as sediments, minerals, and dirt to settle on the bottom of the tank. As these build up, they can begin to detract from your water quality as well as the efficiency of the heater. Left unchecked, the water ... (read more)

Author: Richard Conard

23. Handy Reviews on the Best Bamboo Pillows
November 19, 2017


Bestofyourreviews.com is pleased to offer their reviews on the best bamboo pillows. Pillows that are made up of bamboo are naturally hypoallergenic which means they can be used by people who suffer from various allergies. The memory foam in these pillows is made to conform the shape of the head and neck thereby providing relief from any pain on the upper back and neck. The pillow fabric is also an excellent absorber of moisture and plays a major role in neutralizing the unpleasant odors. Most bamboo pillows are made up of foam with solid chunks or shredded foam. This results in breathability a... (read more)

Author: John Doe

24. Top 4 Home Remodeling Secrets You Will Thank Us For
October 23, 2017


The bathrooms and kitchen are the most important complementary rooms in your home. This makes modeling them a big investment both emotionally and financially. You will also have made some investment in regards to time if you want to be happy with the end result. Here are top four things that are wise for you to understand before rolling out your kitchen and bathroom remodel NJ intentions. 1. Make your budget as the first task Every bathroom and kitchen remodel NJ professionally will want to know the amount of investment you’re putting out for the project during the early stages of ... (read more)

Author: Richard Conard

25. Welcome to Fall
October 13, 2017


I have just spent a week in the White Mountains of New Hampshire. The foliage was just starting to turn into a wonderful koliascope of colors. Unseasonably warm then while there, we are now getting back to the usual temperatures of October. The gardens are wilting down, the skins on the tomatoes are thicker, canning and freezing are in full operation. Corn stalks are turning brown in the fields, and as the leaves die back, acres of bright orange pumpkins are evident against the backdrop of browning leaves. Sumacs along the edge of the swamps are bright red and are probably the earliest o... (read more)

Author: Megan Howe



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