Two Green Thumbs Miniature Garden Center
Miniature Gardening:
It's where craft and garden meet.

By Janit Calvo
Published by Timber Press



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- Country Living Magazine
 June 2013 Issue


- Kelly Strom, The News-Gazette, IL

Who would have guessed
there was so much there?”
- Virginia Smith,

"...fascinating sophisticated
approach to container gardening."

Dwarf and miniature mugo pines are the perfect tree for the miniature garden. The young plants start as small shrubs, after a couple/few years, they grow up and out to become a mini tree. Most are hardy to -50F (Zone 2) and can tolerate hot sun and drier soil conditions. Just don't let the soil dry out for too long too often, especially if it's planted in a pot. In ground, water for the first year until they become established - after that, just water in the really dry months. See more in the store here.

ABOVE: The tree is 8" tall, the pot is 10" wide. Sweetness in miniature.

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