Miniature garden designed by you – 20 beautiful ideas for mini gardens
To make a miniature garden is not difficult and makes a great impression. These mini gardens typically combine a shallow container with tiny plants or dwarf varieties and other ornaments like a miniature gazebo, gravel and decorative items. These tiny enchanting scenes arouse the curiosity. See the mini-projects that we have compiled. What magical dwarf landscapes!
Miniature garden with moss and mushrooms
The plants that we have chosen, although not all true miniature or dwarf varieties, are tiny and adapted to a small garden for at least one growing season. When the plants grow too large for the space, trimming them is easy. In warm weather you can enjoy your miniature garden outdoors all year round. Where winters are cold, design the mini garden in a protected location, such as an insulated garage.
Miniature garden with herbs on a tray
Transform a large tray with a collection of tiny plants in an enchanted land. From the tiny house and tiny tools to the thumb-sized pots, everything should be done with attention to detail. Set on a stable system or in the middle of a dining table for a captivating scene. Miniature garden in a smaller container would fit on the windowsill or on a shelf.
Decorating the mini-gardens
Use the flooring that you would choose for your own garden – gravel or stone slabs and create the design. You can set up the miniature garden in a tidy manner or turn it into a magical little forest. A lush and peaceful area where mosses grow and mushrooms sprout.
Small ornaments for a great effect
Use this mini garden as an ideal place to display a couple of geological treasures, collected on a trip or preserved for special memories. Set the miniature in a shady place where the moose, thanks to the consistent moisture, will thrive. Set on a table top or bring it closer to eye level by laying it on a pedestal.
Peppermint fragrant shrub
Think of this basket with peppermint bush as a multipurpose garden: edible, portable and even a source of entertainment. Placed on a copper tray and wrought iron stand, it is ready for refreshments at your next garden party. Move the basket on a table and use it as a centerpiece. Either way, that will help you prepare a little surprise with a hint of elegance, whether you snip the plants for aromatic garnish in drinks or sprinkle mint leaves on desserts. And if mint is not to your taste, you can replace it with other herbs.