Article: An Introduction to Miniature Gardening: I can't wait!

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By Annmarie Bailey on April 7, 2010

Are you an avid gardener who has run out of space to garden, or maybe you live in an apartment with a small cement patio? Miniature gardening is a fun hobby that everyone can enjoy regardless of your yard size. You may chose to create a mini garden that is whimsical complete with fairies and gnomes, maybe you prefer a mini garden with patio table, chairs and a pond, or a grand replication of the formal gardens of Buckingham Palace. No matter what type of mini garden you create, you will need to gather some basic information in order to select appropriate plants that will thrive in your miniature garden.

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Apr 9, 2010 2:59 AM CST
Name: Becky Capps
Phoenix, AZ 85022
finding joy one day at a time!
You inspire me...I can't wait to create my own miniature garden!
Apr 9, 2010 5:15 AM CST
Name: Chris
Wisconsin z4
I've picked up a few pieces to start one but now your article has me excited to get at it. The plant database is great!
Apr 12, 2010 1:11 AM CST
Name: AnjL/Annmarie
CA Sierra Mts
Thanks, I did get some plants this weekend to do another mini garden Hurray! irish moss, succulents, lobelia... and a few others. They are getting acclimated on my porch now. I hope to plant this next week and post article #2 this next weekend Hurray!
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