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1. A Trip to the Tiny Seaside
May 03, 2021

It is officially that time of year again. The sunshine is starting to warm the air, the flowers and miniature plants are thriving, and memories of frozen days are being left behind. As the weeks go on and spring gathers momentum, I begin to get the “itch” for a trip to the seaside. Does this happen to you? Every spring, like clockwork, I start to crave the warm sand on my toes, the taste of salt on my tongue, and even the sounds of surfer rock drifting out of boardwalk shops. I am overdue for some time by the water! It may not be time to pack up the car and head to the coast quite yet, bu... (read more)

Author: Florence Blum

2. Uh-Oh: Mischief in the Miniature Garden!
May 03, 2021

It is an age-old adage, but it is true. Laughter is good for the soul. These days, I am keeping my eyes wide open for jokes, tricks, moments of whimsy, and split seconds of silliness. Laughter keeps me going when the days are tough and the skies are grey. If your heart has been hurting this year, perhaps you could use a good chuckle. April Fool’s Day may have passed, but there are always opportunities for a little mischief in the miniature garden. Making Messes Peer through the miniature plants’ green leaves and duck under the branches of the miniature trees. Through the meadow and ... (read more)

Author: Florence Blum

3. Essential Supplies for the Fairy Garden
May 03, 2021

Quick! Spring break is over, the little ones are busy with school, the holidays have wrapped up, and summer fun has not gotten underway quite yet. Do you know what that means? There is finally some time to work on the projects we have all been putting off. From home projects to hobbies, everyone has a few things that have fallen to the bottom of the list. But at last, this in-between season offers a bit of quiet time to clean, organize, DIY, and yes—garden! This spring, I am excited to get my hands dirty while putting together some new container-based miniature gardens. If you have always... (read more)

Author: Florence Blum

4. 4 Ideas for a Memory Garden
April 19, 2021

My miniature garden is my happy place. Whether I am watering and weeding, adding new miniature plants, or giving one of my friends a tour of the fairyhood, I always have a smile on my face. Over the years, though, I have found that the miniature garden can also be the perfect place for quiet reflection, contemplation, and even, from time to time, a good cry! Yes, I have been known to shed a tear or two while working or relaxing in the garden. There is something about the mix of sights, sounds, and smells that jogs the memory and awakens emotions. Lately, I have been planting and planting with ... (read more)

Author: Florence Blum

5. Take a Break in the Zen Garden
March 29, 2021

Life speeds up in the springtime. After the long, slow days of winter and weeks spent wishing for sunshine, spring finally arrives, full of new sights, sounds, and smells. The first buds on the trees and flowers on the miniature plants prove that nature is waking up, giving a good stretch, and warming itself up for the months ahead. Sometimes it seems as though, once the daffodils appear, the plants begin a beeline to summer—and everyone else does, too! Before you know it, the school year has wrapped up, baseball is back, and the hottest days of the year have arrived. Do you ever wish you... (read more)

Author: Florence Blum

6. Top 5 Lucky Fairy Garden Finds
March 24, 2021

The gardening life is not all sunshine and rainbows. No matter how many years you have been gardening, you are bound to experience stubborn droughts, rainy days, potting soil spills, pesky pests, and other incidents that are just frustrating enough to ruin an otherwise pleasant day. On the other hand, some days are a gardener’s dream. St. Patrick’s Day has me thinking of all the rainbows, healthy fairy garden plants, smiling faces, and other moments that make even the worst days in the miniature garden worth it. Keep reading to check out five gardening finds that feel like discovering a huge c... (read more)

Author: Florence Blum

7. Welcome to the Royal Fairy Garden
March 24, 2021

Hear ye! Hear ye! You are hereby cordially invited to tea time in the royal fairy garden. The Fairy Queen herself has requested your presence at what will surely be a royally delightful miniature garden gathering. When you arrive in the fairy garden, you will notice the regal golden gates that create an impressive entrance for garden fairies, pixies, and other miniature garden residents. Tall miniature plants and trees tower majestically overhead, greeting teeny-tiny visitors with their green leaves. Look closely, and you may spot the graceful Bonsai trees, a gift from a nearby garden. ... (read more)

Author: Florence Blum

8. Rainy Days in the Miniature Garden
March 22, 2021

Splish, splash, it is time for rainy fun in the garden! When winter has rolled up the last of its snowy flakes and blown the cold chill for good, the fairies are ready to make way for spring. Of course, along with the warm sunshine and the first flowers come the drips and drops of rain. There is nothing quite like a warm downpour on a sunny day, especially when followed up by a colorful rainbow. Looking back, rainy days were some of my favorite slices of childhood. Do you remember tugging on your boots and squishing around in the mud puddles? Lately, I have been dreaming of recreating those me... (read more)

Author: Florence Blum

9. How to Choose a Fairy Garden Fence
March 05, 2021

When a fairy flutters down into your winter container garden, what does she see? Are there dozens of miniature plants sprouting up from the soil? Are there winding paths to follow—perhaps even one that leads to a fairy cottage? Maybe, if she is lucky, the visiting fairy will spot signposts and twinkling lights that will show her the way. These are just a few details that can make your winter container garden a more welcoming place for wee folk. One of my favorites, and today’s topic: the miniature garden fence. Let me be clear. My own fairy garden can be a wild place! Winter flowering pla... (read more)

Author: Florence Blum

10. Create a Fragrant Miniature Garden
February 22, 2021

Gardeners know the feeling. When you are working in the miniature garden, your senses are hit from all different directions. The feeling of the soft soil, the sound of rustling leaves, and the sight of bright flowers combine to create a rich, multi-layered experience. The smell of the fairy garden, of course, is one of the most memorable parts. If you close your eyes, can you conjure up the scents of sweet flowers, pungent mulch, and fresh grass? Try it! Throughout this icy, snowy February, while so many of us have been stuck inside, I am longing for the smells of the fairy garden. I have... (read more)

Author: Florence Blum

11. From Houseplants to Fairy Houses
February 19, 2021

Calling all homebodies and houseplant enthusiasts! When you think of winter plants and winter container gardens, do you picture the inside of your house, rather than your patio or covered porch? When you “work in the garden,” are you taking care of winter flowering plants on your kitchen counter, rather than kneeling in the chilly backyard? If so, I am right there with you. Wintertime is such a challenging season. To be honest, spring, summer, and fall are not so easy either! Today, I am writing to those for whom plants and container gardens are an indoor-only hobby. Perhaps your winter p... (read more)

Author: Florence Blum

12. Will You Be My Fairy Garden Valentine?
February 19, 2021

Finally, it is February! This January seemed to last for years. But now we are on to a month of football, groundhogs, and Valentines. I have always thought of February as the beginning of the springtime holiday season. Valentine’s Day kicks off a slew of holidays—St. Patrick’s Day, Easter, etc.—that help carry us into warmer weather and sunnier days. During the snowy weeks of waning winter, I hold tight to those holidays, looking to them as a lifeline. Simply put, they give me hope. This week, I am thinking about Valentine’s Day. While it is often considered a romantic day for couples, I ... (read more)

Author: Florence Blum

13. How to Create a Mason Jar Miniature Garden
February 01, 2021

Do you love all-things DIY (do-it-yourself)? Or do you avoid anything even semi-homemade? I can be a little bit of both. If a project has more than a few steps, I know that it is probably not the one for me. That is why I got so excited this week when I discovered a quick and easy DIY project that perfectly aligns with my love for fairy gardens. Whether you feel confident in the craft room or prefer to let somebody else do the making, you will be able to master the Mason Jar Fairy Garden. If you, like me, have been struggling to make your winter plants thrive outside, a mason jar garden i... (read more)

Author: Florence Blum

14. Solutions for the Snowy Season
February 01, 2021

I do not know about you, but it is finally starting to feel like “real” winter in my neck of the woods. The season has been lingering for weeks, but only in the last few days has any of that powdery, wet, wonderful white stuff fallen from the sky in any substantial amount. The grey, chilly days of winter are some of my least favorite, but snow makes up for it. I love the hushed, peaceful feeling of a snowy neighborhood. The children sledding, dogs traipsing through snowbanks, and yes, even the neighbors who give each other a knowing nod as they furiously brush the snow off of their windshields... (read more)

Author: Florence Blum

15. Exploring the Winter Woodland Garden
January 29, 2021

There’s nothing quite like a winter day in the woodland garden. The snow falls quietly, piling up on the hardy winter plants. The miniature trees and “life-size” trees stand out against the mounds of icy white snow. Bright berries and winter flowering plants peek out, adding color to an otherwise grey, white, and brown scene. Amidst it all, at the foot of a tree, tiny fairies fly through the air, open and close their fairy doors, and continue to make their home here, even on the coldest and cloudiest of days. When you think of the woodland fairy garden, you probably imagine the green leav... (read more)

Author: Florence Blum

16. How to Create a Micro Miniature Garden
January 28, 2021

If you are a lover of miniature gardens and fairy gardens, you probably appreciate the little things in life. From garden fairies and fairy houses to tiny furniture and other small objects, fairy gardens are small spaces filled with outsized beauty and personality. What you might not realize is that a whole world of size and scale exists under the “miniature” umbrella. This Minikin Scale Guide can help give you a better idea of different fairy and accessory sizes available to gardeners. Below is the Micro scale. Note, Mini-size accessories use a 1:12 scale, where every inch in size equals one ... (read more)

Author: Florence Blum

17. 10 New Year's Resolutions for Gardeners
January 19, 2021

A brand-new year is sprouting in the garden. After twelve challenging months, it is time to turn over a new leaf and look forward to brighter days ahead. One of my favorite ways to mark the transition into a new year is to make some resolutions. Have you made any resolutions yet? If not, keep reading to discover my 10 New Year’s Resolutions for Gardeners. You can borrow some (or all) or them for yourself. It will be our little secret! 1) Plant Something New This year, why not resolve to try out some new plants? You can get started early with new-to-you winter plants, or plan ahead fo... (read more)

Author: Florence Blum

18. 5 Miniature Garden Trends for 2021
January 03, 2021

It’s almost a new year! Are you ready for a fresh start? I am certainly looking forward to new growth, new opportunities—and plenty of newness in the miniature garden. Whether you are stepping cautiously towards 2021 or barreling ahead at full speed, you are probably starting to think about your fairy gardening goals for the coming year. To help you kick-start your January winter container garden, summer rain garden, and everything in between, I have compiled a list of the top five miniature garden trends for 2021. Keep reading to see the latest and greatest fairy garden styles you might want ... (read more)

Author: Florence Blum

19. Stepping Through the Fairy Garden
January 03, 2021

On a bright, sunny day in December, a friendly pixie wanders into the fairy garden. She glances up at the evergreen winter plants, their branches extending far and wide. She looks around at the winter flowering plants, with their delicate petals and gentle leaves. They would make such lovely hideaways for a picnic or a cozy tea party! In the distance, the pixie sees fairy houses, vegetable patches, and dozens of fairy friends flying from leaf to leaf. Wingless, the little pixie knows she will need to make her way to the town square on foot. But when she looks down, the ground is a mess of tang... (read more)

Author: Florence Blum

20. A Garden of Thanks
January 03, 2021

Well, it happened. The last bright red leaf finally loosened itself from its up-high perch where it dangled, resolute, for so many weeks. The wind carried it away on an afternoon breeze, and now a single bare tree sits in my front yard, empty of leaves. I am sure it will soon be covered with fluffy snow and then, eventually, with spring buds. Fall is such a bittersweet time. This year, I would like to lean into the “sweet” side, rather than the “bitter,” so I have decided to focus on gratitude. As I look out my window at that tree and its empty branches, I am thinking about all of the wonderfu... (read more)

Author: Florence Blum

21. A Metallic Miniature Garden
December 26, 2020

During the cloudy days of winter, when the sun hides and the snow accumulates, my yard can look unbelievably dreary. Leafless trees shiver in the wind. Icy patches lurk. And night comes down early, shutting down the day just as it was getting started. Yuck. Luckily, my winter container gardens bring light and hope to my days, even during the months that feel like the longest of the year. While I try to fill my miniature gardens with bright winter flowering plants and cheery fairy houses, my efforts are not always enough. I have to take my fairy garden design a step further in order to inj... (read more)

Author: Florence Blum

22. Signs and Designs in the Fairy Garden
December 04, 2020

Which way to the fairy garden? Now that the temperature is dropping and the skies are turning grey, my flower-filled fairy garden has been reimagined with plants for fall and winter. Where fairies once flew around bright blossoms, they now wander among the branches of evergreens and play in fields full of groundcover plants. Plants for fall and winter tend to be a little less colorful (though there are plenty of bright options for winter flowering plants!), so I have been working on some fairy garden elements that will add both color and direction to the garden. It is time to design some signs... (read more)

Author: Florence Blum

23. The Gift of Gardening
December 02, 2020

The holiday season is back. Can you believe it? We have officially passed through spring, summer, and fall. Once again, it is time to light the candles, put up the trees, cook the meals, and buy the gifts. Every year I tell myself that I’ll start my gift search in the summertime. And every year I find myself panicked in the weeks following Thanksgiving, searching online for holiday gifts for my family members and friends. I peruse stores, check wish lists, and balance my budget. It can be a fun process, but holiday shopping is also one of the most stressful times of the year. According to surv... (read more)

Author: Florence Blum

24. The Stars of the Miniature Garden
December 02, 2020

During the dark, cold days of winter, when the short days are strung together by frosty mornings and bitter nights, I take comfort in the stars. Sometimes I bundle up in coat, hat, and gloves, and stand in my garden at night. Looking up, through the fog of my breath and the shiver of my body, I can see the stars, shining brightly across the deep-black sky. Stars offer the warmth of light, the promise of new life, and the hope of things yet unknown. Points of Light This year, I am looking forward to adding star shapes and lights to my miniature garden. To help my winter flowering plants a... (read more)

Author: Florence Blum

25. A Happy Harvest
November 26, 2020

The wind is howling. The jack o’ lanterns are glowing. And in some parts of the country, the snow is falling! Yep, we have officially reached the time of year when the seasons start to move quickly and blend together. The long, hot days of summer have been replaced by the quickening pace of back-to-school, fall harvest, and holiday time. Up north, the ground is blanketed with fluffy white snow. Down south, the sun is blazing. And in the Midwest, farmers are still working hard to pull in the harvest before the long, cold days of winter set in. Where are you on this seasonal spectrum? Are y... (read more)

Author: Florence Blum

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