Both playful and elegant, this miniature garden planter brings childhood whimsy to your modern home. A flat, shallow wide planter works well for this project, as it gives us enough space to really landscape our centrepiece. The plants we use don't require a deep pot and we want lots of surface area for rocks and accents.
We've added a cracked pot to the centre of our garden, then half covered it with moss so the entrance peeks through like a mysterious cave. Our miniature garden uses coloured sand, rocks, twisted willow, amethyst and a purple crystal butterfly to add some magic to it, what can you use to make your garden masterpiece special? Use your imagination!
The plants we use in this video include:
- Pink Vigie
- Angelina Sedum
We used a funnel to distribute the sand where we wanted it to go, and avoid spilling it into the crevasses of the succulent plant. It helps keep the clean up to a minimum!