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26. Digging Into Desert Gardens
August 05, 2020


The temperature climbs. The sun beats down. You can almost feel the sweat dripping down your forehead. But you just want to be in the garden! Sometimes the summertime months can feel like a cruel joke. The blue sky and bright sun are tempting, but hot temperatures make gardening a tricky business, especially when it comes to delicate miniature plants. If you live in a hot climate, but still want to make your fairy garden dreams come true, you are not out of luck! You might just need to take a look at desert gardens. When you hear the word “desert,” what springs to mind? Sand? Heat? Long s... (read more)

Author: Florence Blum

27. Adopting a Unicorn in the Fairy Garden
August 04, 2020


The miniature garden is a mysterious and magical place. Miniature plants clamor up the sides of fairy cottages and wee folk frolic underneath bright flower blossoms. Open a door in the garden, and you just might find yourself on a path towards an entirely new world! If you want your imagination to grow and your creativity to flourish, you definitely want to spend some time in the fairy garden. One of my favorite ways to inspire wonder and creativity in the garden, whether I am providing garden fun for little ones or simply showing off my container garden to the next-door neighbor, is to “... (read more)

Author: Florence Blum

28. Growing a Fairy Sensitive Plant
July 25, 2020


Some miniature plants are loud. They burst into the garden with bright colors, unique shapes, and endless leaves. They can shoot straight up into the air or trail for several feet, winding their way down the side of a hanging basket. Cacti grow showy spines and hostas announce themselves with large, graceful leaves. Yes, sometimes the miniature garden can feel like a circus. Every plant deserves the gardener’s attention. Some, in fact, demand it! But there are a few plants in the garden that have a shy personality. They are quiet, reserved, and quite bashful, though they retain a beauty a... (read more)

Author: Florence Blum

29. Celebrating Father's Day in the Miniature Garden
July 24, 2020


Happy holidays! No, the stockings have not been hung and a turkey is not being cooked. But summertime still has its share of fun and family-oriented holidays. From Memorial Day to Labor Day, the warmer months offer plenty of time for relaxation, adventure, and celebration. What are we celebrating today? Father’s Day! When you think of fun and floral miniature gardens, you might imagine Easter, Mother’s Day, or other springtime holidays. However, there are myriad ways to celebrate Dad in the miniature garden this year, and every year. A Fun Family Activity Some of the best presents ar... (read more)

Author: Florence Blum

30. Creating a Lawn for the Fairy Garden
July 03, 2020


It is no secret—garden fairies love to play outside. No matter how cozy their fairy cottages might be, fairy garden residents can often be found frolicking among the miniature plants, hosting picnics under miniature trees, and dancing with friends. No matter the weather (though cloudless, sunshine-filled days are certainly preferred), fairies are bound to be enjoying the great outdoors. As you plot and plant your fairy gardens, do you create large, open green spaces? It may be worth considering planting a green lawn for your fairies, as then they can spread out for games of stickball, ela... (read more)

Author: Florence Blum

31. A Year of Miniature Garden Gifts
July 02, 2020


Summertime is not usually thought of as “gift-giving season.” For that, we look to winter, when Christmas, Hanukkah, and other holidays give us ample opportunities to shower our friends and family members with toys, clothing, electronics, and other presents. But if you, like me, have a passion for all-things fairy gardening and miniature gardens, then you know that gardens make some of the best gifts around. And you need not wait until December. From Father’s Day and Valentine’s Day to baby showers and graduations, the year is full of special days and events that often require a gift. Wonderin... (read more)

Author: Florence Blum

32. Growing an Appreciation of Shrubs in the Fairy Garden
July 01, 2020


Which miniature plants are the stars of your fairy garden? In my gardens and terrariums, I can pick out the showiest flowers, the most delicate Bonsai trees, and the rarest ornamental plants I have collected over the years. But when it comes to planning and building a fairy garden that will flourish, I’ve found that one oft-overlooked category can beone of the most important: miniature shrubs. Picture, for a moment, your “life-size” yard. It likely has a few trees and perhaps some flowers. But when it comes to landscaping, a yard or garden is nothing without the bushes, shrubs, and other ... (read more)

Author: Florence Blum

33. How to Choose Fairy Garden Moss
June 23, 2020


When you take a look at any fairy garden, especially in the summertime, you are likely struck by the beauty and color of the miniature plants. Even indoor container gardens can grow verdant, green plants and bright flower blossoms. Miniature accessories and fairy cottages stand out in a miniature garden, but miniature plants are always changing and growing. The right miniature plants can make the fairy garden a lively and immersive experience. One of my favorite ways to add green and growth to the miniature garden is through the use of moss. Whether I’m decorating a small dish garden with... (read more)

Author: Florence Blum

34. Pretty and Pink in the Fairy Garden
June 22, 2020


Summer is a special time in the miniature garden. Sunlight pours onto the miniature plants and all of the fairies come out to play. Miniature trees fill out with bright green leaves. Summer showers leave the fairy garden cool and refreshed. The lush, green look of a summertime miniature garden is joyous indeed. But what about that other, sprightlier sibling of the green garden? The bright garden filled with colorful miniature plants? Yes, green gardens are a hallmark of summer, but bright colors cannot be overlooked. With just a bit of care and planning, any gardener can add a rainbow of ... (read more)

Author: Florence Blum

35. Choosing Stonecrops for the Miniature Garden
June 04, 2020


Is there anything more fun than choosing new miniature plants and miniature trees for the fairy garden? Whether you are planning an all-new garden for the summer season or simply updating the fairy garden plants in your existing garden, “plant shopping” can be one of the most relaxing and enjoyable ways to spend an afternoon. The act of choosing miniature plants flexes one’s creative muscles and demands logic and reason at the same time, for a fairy garden must not only look beautiful, but it should contain the appropriate fairy garden plants for the soil type, season, and local weather. ... (read more)

Author: Florence Blum

36. Hosting a Miniature Cookout in the Fairy Garden
June 03, 2020


It is officially "that" time of year again! Memorial Day is upon us. There is no better weekend to fire up the grill, gather with your immediate family, and celebrate the first taste of summertime. With pools closed and parties canceled, this year might look a little bit different. But in the fairy garden, there is always time and space for an old-fashioned Memorial Day cookout! With a few carefully-chosen miniature accessories, the residents of your fairy garden will be ready to celebrate in style. Where should you hold your cookout? It depends on the miniature garden. Perhaps a friendly... (read more)

Author: Florence Blum

37. Furry Friends in the Fairy Garden
June 03, 2020


This spring season looks and feels a little…different. Yes, the birds are singing and the flowers are blooming. Tree canopies have started to leaf out into their full forms once again. But for most of us, working in the miniature garden has become a strictly-solo activity, and visits with friends and family have been postponed. These are challenging times for gardeners around the world. While we all adjust to this new “normal,” some families have adopted furry friends, often dogs or cats, into their homes. Have you thought about welcoming a miniature pet into your fairy garden? If your fa... (read more)

Author: Florence Blum

38. John Deere Combine Parts Can Improve Harvesting Capability
May 31, 2020


The John Deere Company is one of the leading manufacturers of farm machinery. Founded in 1837 by a blacksmith John Deere, the company manufactures a range of products, including the combine harvester. The combine harvester is one of the best harvesting machines in the market for crops like corn, soybean, rice, and wheat. The machine’s harvesting abilities can be enhanced by using the best quality John Deere combine parts. These parts can help you optimize your harvesting operations to achieve the best results. The parts to help maximize utility The utility of the John Deere harvester... (read more)

Author: Jagdish Gusain

39. Tips and Tricks for Bonsai Trees
May 26, 2020


As a gardener, you probably appreciate the art of gardening. You carefully choose plants and miniature accessories for the fairy garden. You cultivate beauty in the backyard, the container, the raised bed. Gardening is an active art form that celebrates creativity, especially in the miniature garden, where innovation abounds. Bonsai trees are an example of miniature plants that grow at the intersection of art, science, and history. This ancient Japanese art form produces small, container-bound trees with the same scale and shape of full-size trees. Rather than genetically dwarfed plants, these... (read more)

Author: Florence Blum

40. Travel Through Time in the Miniature Garden
May 23, 2020


The fairy’s translucent wings sparkled in the sunlight as she relaxed in the miniature garden with her friends. It was a typical fairy garden afternoon filled with tea parties, naps, and long conversations in the shade of a miniature tree. With its bright, colorful flowers, creeping vines, and bubbling brook, the setting was idyllic. Almost too perfect, at least in the mind of a mischievous pixie who was lurking behind a willow tree. The magical miniature garden resident had decided to have some fun with his fairy friends. Eyes squeezed shut, he said a few magic words and blew a fistful of fai... (read more)

Author: Florence Blum

41. New Plants to Try in the Fairy Garden
April 30, 2020


Everyone has a favorite plant in their miniature garden. Perhaps yours is a flower that reminds you of a loved one, or a miniature tree that looks just like the “life-sized” tree you had in your front yard when you were growing up. Maybe you have a prized Bonsai tree that has lasted for many years, or a delicate groundcover plant you have carefully cultivated. Some plants are teeny-tiny hideouts for our garden fairies. Others are the standout stars of their containers. It is easy to come up with a list of our most-prized plants. When was the last time you tried something new in the miniat... (read more)

Author: Florence Blum

42. Loving Lavender in the Miniature Garden
April 27, 2020


There’s nothing like stepping into the garden and being welcomed by a light, fresh, sweet scent. From the delightful smell of flowers to the energizing fragrance of freshly-cut grass, gardens engage the senses and evoke memories from the past. Do you have any favorite garden scents? Bright honeysuckle, delicious rosemary, and romantic rose are just a few that warm my heart and spirit. In fact, incorporating fragrant herbs into the miniature garden is easier than you might expect. Rosemary and lavender are two standout choices for any fairy garden or miniature garden. With its soft, relaxi... (read more)

Author: Florence Blum

43. Up, Up, and Away! Make Room for Balloons in the Miniature Garden
April 19, 2020


Have you seen all of the new ideas “popping” up in the miniature garden? There is no shortage of creative ways to use miniature accessories and plants in the fairy garden, even if you have been gardening for decades. This spring, one of my favorite ways to add a touch of color and fun in the miniature garden is to plant something a little simple and silly: a balloon. I do not know about you, but when I think of celebrations, parties, and joyful times with family and friends, I picture a colorful bunch of balloons. Everyone remembers the thrill of getting a balloon as a child and holding i... (read more)

Author: Florence Blum

44. Microbial Fertilizer Improve the Soil Nutrients and Crop Growth
April 16, 2020


A microbial fertilizer, a product that uses the life activity of microorganisms to give crops a specific fertilizer effect, is a type of fertilizer in agricultural production. Microbial fertilizers play an important role in agriculture, not only in improving the availability of soil nutrients but also in promoting crop growth, disease resistance and resilience. The function of microbial fertilizers After microbial fertilizers are applied to the soil, a “coexistence and co-prosperity effect between bacteria and crops”, “nutrient coordination effect”, “biological nitrogen fixat... (read more)

Author: Darren Chan

45. Building a Zen Miniature Garden
April 14, 2020


Shhh. Do you hear that? It is the sound of complete silence. There are no worries to be had, no anxieties to consider, and no tasks to accomplish. The world is a peaceful place to be. Most of us do not live our day-to-day lives in a state of calm and quiet. Some days, moments of “Zen” might feel rare indeed! But one thing is for sure—if you want to develop a calm mind and centered life, there are proactive steps you can take. One of my favorite ways to promote peace, quiet, and contemplation in my own life is to spend some time with a Zen garden. These miniature container gardens can even... (read more)

Author: Florence Blum

46. Bio pest control metarhizium anisopliae uses in agriculture
April 09, 2020


Bio Insecticides Metarhizium Anisopliae is an entomopathogenic fungus that infects insects that come in contact with it. Once the fungus spores attach to the surface of the insect, germinate and begin to grow, they then penetrate the exoskeleton of the insect and grow very rapidly inside the insect, causing the insect to die. Other insects that come in contact with infected insects also become infected with the fungus. Mode of Action Metarhizium Anisopliae Products are pathogenic fungus to pests. The conidia of metarhizium anisopliae are easily attached to the internodes of the ho... (read more)

Author: Darren Chan

47. Bringing the Fairy Garden Fun Indoors
March 30, 2020


When you hear the words “fairy garden” and “miniature garden,” what do you picture? Does the image in your head include rays of warm sunlight, a clear blue sky, Visiting the Farmhouseand a gentle breeze? Outdoor fairy gardens are a little slice of paradise. But not every gardener lives in a warm, mild environment where garden fun can be had all year long. In fact, plenty of would-be gardeners live in apartment buildings, dorm rooms, or condominiums where access to outdoor space is extremely limited. In the absence of garden beds, trees, and shrubs, what’s a passionate gardener to do? Luck... (read more)

Author: Florence Blum

48. Cluck! Taking a Look at Hens and Chicks
March 26, 2020


When you see the phrase “hens and chicks,” do you think of plump birds pecking around the barnyard? You might be right, but in the miniature gardening world, those words have an entirely different meaning. “Hens and chicks” is the common name for a group of succulent plants. The plants in the group have varying colors, textures, and forms, but they share two things. Almost all have a rosette shape. And hens and chicks plants also propagate regularly, producing numerous “babies” from the “mother” plant. After a year or more, you may notice that the mother plant flowers dramatically. After ... (read more)

Author: Florence Blum

49. Falling in Love With Hoya kerrii
March 25, 2020


February may be the shortest month, but it is full of love. Whether you celebrate with a significant other, your family, or your friends, Valentine’s Day is a welcome reminder of love, kindness, and friendship. If you are still looking for a Valentine’s Day gift that is just right, you can stop the search. Hoya kerrii is a one-of-a-kind plant that makes a wonderful gift for February, birthdays, anniversaries, proposals, and other celebrations. Add it to a fairy garden or give it a home on your desk. Once you try your hand at growing it, you will surely fall in love with this variety. Ho... (read more)

Author: Florence Blum

50. Hazel (Corylus avellana)
March 07, 2020


You could say that the Hazel (Corylus avellana) is more like a shrub than a tree. A shrub is a woody plant that is actually a bit smaller than a tree. Perhaps the main difference between the two is that shrubs have a number of stems growing from ground level as opposed to one trunk like what you get with trees. But don’t be misled with shrubs being smaller than trees because they vary in size and some like the common Hazel can be quite large so that it is called a tree. The Hazel can grow into a tree with a single stem, but when wildlife nibbles away at it , it develops and shapes into... (read more)

Author: conner John



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