If you're like me, and need plants around you at all time, here is a quick way to judge the light that you get indoors, so you can either find plants that suit that spot, or add more light if you want more to grow more indoor plants.
Miniature gardening is a very accessible hobby and a very exciting hobby in that attracts a lot of new people to try a gardening. Creating and maintaining a tiny garden is so much easier to take care of than a full-sized garden - just grab a fork and do some raking and your done in about 35 seconds, (give or take.) But, for some new gardeners, there is a misconception that you can "bend" any plant to your needs. This is not so. Plants are the great leveler of society and it's probably why I love them so: they don't care what YOU want; they don't care about money, religion, politics, nor your lifestyle. They only care about what they need and if they don't get it, that's when they start to get the bugs and pests.
Miniature gardening is quite possibly the most accessible and versatile way to garden. Everyone young or old, rural or urban, experienced gardeners or those brand new to gardening, are finding out that miniature gardening is not tied to any financial, geographic or physical condition. A miniature garden can be any size, be placed anywhere and made anytime: it's a hobby that you can enjoy year-round.
It's two of the most common questions that I get asked, "What is miniature fairy gardening?" and “What is the difference between miniature gardening and fairy gardening?” Click into to find 8 easy ways to tell the difference!