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Plants For Your Beautiful Miniature Fairy Garden
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If you are planning a miniature fairy garden, a common question you are likely to ask is “What should I plant in my miniature fairy garden?” Selecting the right plants for your miniature fairy garden can be a daunting task, especially when there are so many options to choose from.
Let's take a look at some of the beautiful miniature plants that can add beauty and variety to your fairy garden.
Mini trees are known as Bonsai in Japanese tradition. They come in many varieties and are a perfect match for your fairy garden. Some examples of mini trees are:
Snowrose, Pink Mountain Serissa Foetida – Also known as “Tree of Thousand Stars” or Snowrose, this miniature plant is a native of Southeast Asia. Snowrose belongs to the “Rubiaceae” family. The bloom time of Snowrose is April to October, it can flower throughout the year, but is best from spring to fall.
Cotoneaster Dammeri, Streibs Findling Cotoneaster - Streibs Findling Cotoneaster can thrive in full sun and partial shade. Flowers bloom white and berries grow red. Red berries can make you fairy garden look more beautiful. Be careful, because the flowers of this tree can attract bees.
Crimson Queen Acer Palmata - This plant has special features like impressive foliage color, easy care, deer resistant, etc. It is well suited for growing in containers, rock gardens and patio planting. Crimson Queen is a moderately delicate plant, it should be grown in moist and well-drained soil.
Alpines belong to the Alpine Tundra plant community and grow along with the Tundra. These plants adapt to the harsh conditions of the Alpine environment.
Armeria Juniperfolia Thrift - This alpine species is from central Spain. It forms needle-like leaves with dense cushion. The flowers grow in pink and the thrift grows in normal or sandy soil. This plant grows slowly. It is easy to take care of and maintain.
Erodium x variabile, Flore Plena Heron's Bill - Heron's Bill is a marvelous compact plant that suits rock or alpine gardens. This plant bears double pink flowers and is noted for its long blooming time.
Stone Crop - It is known for its propagation as it is grown through seeds, by leaf cutting or by division. The species belonging to stone crop are classified as “Sedum”. The flower buds look attractive in winter and they are easy to grow.
Hen and Chicks
These are a small group of succulent plants, also known as Hen-and-Chickens or Hen-and-Biddies. Hen-and-Chicks belong to the flowering plant group. These plants grow very close to the ground. Here, the “Hen” is the parent plant or the main plant and the chicks are “Offspring”, which are tiny buds that grow on main plant.
Jovibarba, Olympica Hen and Chicks - These plants grow in full hot sun and are best suited for summer. Jovibarba grows well in pure gravel. The rosettes die after blooming, but are soon replaced by new rosettes.
Cobweb – Cobwebs are evergreen plants suitable for rock miniature gardens and you can use them in container planting and border edging. Cobwebs render the garden a fine texture. The balls of succulent leaves are covered with silver hair that resembles a network of cobwebs between leaves and rosettes.
Pacific Red Tide - Pacific Red Tide is a perfect choice for rock gardens. This plant forms classic ground-cover with its thick foliage. Tiny new plants appear around the mother plant.
Flowering plants are a diverse group of plants. They appear in various colors and give your garden a bright and colorful look.
Cuphea Hyssopifolia, Tiny Elfin Herb Mexican Heather – These tiny plants flower throughout the year and don't need much pruning. Cuphea Hyssopifolia is grown in outdoor gardens and are propagated through cutting, layering and division.
Heuchera, Sugar Berry Coralbells - This plant looks beautiful in mixed containers and rock gardens. The plant looks unique with its pale pink spires. You should be careful while planting it and make sure the crowns are not buried.
Miniature Daisy - This plant belongs to Bellium genus. The leaves of this plant are spoon shaped and it blooms throughout the summer and winter. Daisy grows in fertile and sharply drained soil, and needs regular watering.
Fragrant plants spread out fragrance throughout the miniature garden.
Rosemary Baby PJ - Rosemary Baby PJ is suitable for container gardening. It is a plant with small leaves. The color, fragrance and size of this plant make it look attractive.
Santolina Incana Lavender Cotton - These plants grow in full sun and bloom from June to August. The cotton lavender is a Mediterranean native and is an aromatic shrub. It grows in well-drained soil, and can tolerate drought. Its growth is slow and is perfect for miniature gardening.
Apart from these plants, you can also grow beach plants, ground covers, etc., that will make your fairy garden look more beautiful and vibrant.
Miniature Gardening offers a variety of accessories, fairies, plants, garden tools & furniture to create enchanting miniature landscapes for containers or your yard. Adding fairy houses like whimsical cottages, gnome doors, bridges, paths, rustic fences, garden tools and even a miniature animal or two to the miniature garden will delight all in your family. For more details visit our website: Miniature-gardening.com.
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