Yes, by wee I mean small. Tiny. Petite. Don’t get me started.
I have enough trouble keeping on top of my own patch of paradise (do they have dandelions in paradise?), so I most likely don’t need to be taking up the wee garden hobby. It is sort of addictive to look at though. The above image is from The Wee Garden. Very Alice in Wonderland which normally would not hold attraction for me but then, there you go.
Hanging terrarium from Moss Terrarium on Etsy
Maybe I like them because they are so perfect and nothing around here is. This might be the size garden I could cope with but I am pretty confident I’d lose interest and it would all turn to mush.
I made my self a shopping cart here of all the little tiny Lilliputian tools, seats and ornaments I could possibly want.
I do that a lot, fill up shopping carts and just leave them.
Me > not so good at the impulse buy. That said I did just buy… well never mind. I’ll tell you about that when it shows up. Luckily the shop is online and not, say, the SuperBarn up the road where some poor spotty kid has to put everything away again.
Above and inset from the Miniature Garden Shoppe
From the flickr stream of liquidskyarts
I do have a couple of sweet plastic sheep around here somewhere. I’m sure I could just put them in the moss on the steps out front for A Moment of Whimsy.
You know, until someone slips on said moss and we wind up in court. Sigh. Where’s my bleach?