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101. ‘Tis the Season to be Freezin' in the Fairy Garden
January 24, 2019


The weather outside may be frightful, but even in the depths of winter; the miniature garden sure is delightful! Although the sun hides away, and the snow never seems to stop falling, life in the fairy garden continues to flourish. Do not be afraid to extend your hobby into the winter months - whether you move some of your gardens inside, or create new container gardens on a covered porch. If you have above freezing temperatures you can keep building a fairy community outside in the snowy landscape; winter can be an enjoyable time to work in the garden—especially if you treat yourself to a cup... (read more)

Author: Florence Blum

102. Invite the Gnomes, Pixies, and Trolls to the Fairy Garden
December 31, 2018


The miniature garden can be such an inviting and relaxing place for fairies to live, laugh, and play. Miniature houses and fairy garden accessories are their sizes, and beauty is all around. Flowers blooming on the miniature plants and maybe even a little fairy dust sparkling on the miniature trees, all ensure that the garden is one of the best places for fairies, whether they are residents of your fairy garden or they have traveled from near and far. Sure, we all know that fairies are naturals in the miniature garden, but must we remember those other garden friends? Gnomes, pixies, and t... (read more)

Author: Florence Blum

103. Which Style Miniature House Do You Prefer?
December 24, 2018


Every tiny garden is different. From miniature plants to landscaping materials, miniature houses to fairy garden accessories - miniature gardens are all about customization. As you plan your next small-scaled garden or plot renovations to your existing miniature garden, you might consider a brand-new fairy cottage to add to your garden's style. A miniature house is an eye-catching addition that is full of personality. You can even choose the fairy house first, and then proceed with planning the theme of your garden around it! We have picked out a few of our favorite styles to share. Perhaps th... (read more)

Author: Florence Blum

104. Let the Minikin Scale Help You Determine Sizes in the Miniature Garden
December 22, 2018


So, you have set about creating a new themed area in your miniature garden. You are planning to include some miniature houses and beloved garden fairies, as well as fairy garden accessories and miniature plants. With the plans drawn up, you start to set up your fairy garden, but something is amiss. A few of the fairies are too big to flutter through the miniature house door and some of the patio furniture towers over the homes! The differences in the sizes do not look right. It will be back to the drawing board for the garden this year. Have you ever had a situation like the one described... (read more)

Author: Florence Blum

105. Miniature Gardening Gift Giving Suggestions
November 28, 2018


It is that time of year! The season of gift-giving, generosity, and gratitude are upon us again, and it is never too early to get a jump on the holiday gift list. If you have been contemplating on what to give your loved ones this winter, we have a few suggestions that just might set your mind at ease. Whether you are shopping for a dedicated miniature garden enthusiast or someone who has never heard of fairy gardening, these tips will cover everyone on your list. For the New Grad or Apartment-Dweller In the cold, dreary, and blustery weeks of the year, what could be a better sight to se... (read more)

Author: Florence Blum

106. How to Create a Miniature Garden on a Budget
November 24, 2018


In the world of miniature gardens and fairy gardens, hobbyists have always known that their interest is accessible. Miniature gardens allow for a customizable experience. Therefore, whether you are a youngster or a wizened sage, a beginner gardener or a green thumb, one can dive into miniature gardening with positive expectations. Having unlimited design ideas is also good news for those on a budget! Although fairy gardens might look expensive, they do not need to eat up your bank account. If you follow just a few of our clever tips, you can be sure to improve not only your fairy garden but al... (read more)

Author: Florence Blum

107. Amazing Miniature Garden Terrarium Ideas
November 22, 2018


When viewing a miniature garden, one usually looks towards the ground to spot fairies, miniature plants, and other delightful pieces. Fairy gardens sprout from raised beds, backyards, and low-lying containers. Although during this planting season, there are options that might have you looking upwards! Hanging glass terrariums are one of the latest and greatest miniature garden container options. These enclosed globes keep your plants and miniature accessories safe while still providing plenty of light. If you are not sure where to begin, check out some of our favorite tips and tricks below. Yo... (read more)

Author: Florence Blum

108. Aluminum Fence Panels
November 16, 2018


Aluminum Fence Aluminum fence is a maintenance free alternative to wrought iron, steel, wood, and chain link fence. FenceTown panels come from three of the top fence manufacturers that include OnGuard, Specrail, Jerith, and Delgard. All fence sections come in pre-assembled pre-cut heights and widths. You can trim down panels to fit the length of a fence run. Manufacturers like Jerith and Specrail offer a screwless design to their fence sections, while Onguard panels have screws on one side of the horizontal rails. Jerith panels will rack at an angle more than any of the other brands. Racking ... (read more)

Author: Star Carlton

109. 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

110. 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

111. 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

112. 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

113. 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

114. 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

115. 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

116. 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

117. 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

118. 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

119. 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

120. 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

121. 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

122. 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

123. 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

124. 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

125. 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



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