Miniature Garden Finds at Local Greenhouse

When were you first introduced to miniature gardening? In this post, I share the mini-gardening finds at Hoens Garden Center from 2010 visit.

Mini-Finds Specialist

Miniature gardening at local garden center

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Only at the local garden center will you find unique products and plants.  These were some of the mini-find that stood out during my visit.  I had never seen miniature gardening displays in person until this visit.   I had no idea there was an industry creating small plants and products for really little gardens.

Be Inspired To Create

Miniature, fairy or tiny gardens – whatever you want to call them is up to you.  Below is a collection of miniature gardens I spotted during this garden center visit at Hoens in Toledo Ohio.  Be sure to share on social media your favorite and tag me so I can connect with you!

Flickr Album

In this collection, I share on Flickr check out more of what this garden center has to offer. I share all my favorites in this collection.
Hoen's Garden Center
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miniature gardening

I think mini gardening allows us all to remember and find the little girl inside of us.

Let’s Connect

I am looking forward to hearing more from you so please be sure to comment on this post. Let me know what you think on social media by connecting at @brenhaas on Twitter, Facebook, or Instagram.
Happy Miniature Gardening,

Bren Haas

*This post was edited in 1/2019 for SEO purposes by me! 

4 thoughts on “Miniature Garden Finds at Local Greenhouse”

  1. Love the miniature gardens. We’ve been collecting a lot of moss lately and love all of its many textures and varieties. Enjoyed this post and all off in smallishness. ~Susan

    Reply
    • I have to get my BUNNY mini Garden done… spring is moving so fast it is hard to share EVERYTHING!
      Thanks for stopping by Susan.

      Reply

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