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Miniature Rennaissance Garden

by Cathi Koenig
(Moorhead MN USA)

Fairy Pond (similar one)

Fairy Pond (similar one)

Fairy Pond (similar one)
Impatients as planted around the pond
Miniature Arbor with Horse (similar one)

Several years ago, my grandkids and I built a miniatrue Rennaissance Garden with a small stream and real waterfall (about 4 feet long). Then we planted Renaissance era flowers alongside. We had a footbridge, arbor, a castle,

along with dragons and unicorns. We also had a fairy pond with a fawn and tiny impatiens. We used tiny pebbles to create footpaths.

One night, we placed small votive candles all over our "kingdom." It was magic!

Cathi Koenig

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May 03, 2015
Miniature Rennaissance Garden
by: Tiffany Kevin

Gardening with your grand-kids is a nice idea as kids are always eager to perform certain activities. As in gardening you have to perform a series of actions in order to decorate it, so there are many things which are attracting for kids. That's a beautiful picture of miniature garden.

Apr 20, 2015
by: Jessy

This miniature garden looks lovely, but imagine how great it would be to replicate it in normal size!

Guess it depends on how much space outdoors you have and how much time. And I suppose the cost must be much lower for a miniature too ... same as with building miniature train tracks and countrysides.

Anyway, thanks for the pic!

Apr 09, 2015
by: Dona

The idea of a miniature renaissance garden is so inviting and great. I love the pictures of the garden shared in the web page and would love to know more on how you managed to make such a great garden. Please share more on the construction details, e.g. the types of materials used, glues and other stuff to make it look so authentic.

Thanks :)

Jun 20, 2011
Add a TickleMe Plant - It Moves when Tickled!
by: Anonymous

Great idea! I am growing a real plant that MOveS and closes its leaves when Tickled! It sounds like it would be a great addition to your renaissance garden. The plant has been around for ages but now The TickleMe Plant Company has made it easy and fun to grow and they even have a TickleMe Plant Party Favor and of course A TickleMe Plant Book.
Such fun!

Jun 13, 2011
So Very Neat!
by: Anonymous

That is such a lovely and very neat miniature garden! I am seriously impressed ... well done!

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