Miniature Stonehenge Garden

stonhenphoto from Two Green Thumbs website, with permission

Oh, Seattle, how we love you! From Washington State once again we bring you Stonehenge, this time in a tiny form. It is advertised by Two Thumbs Miniature Garden Center (Grow Your Own World). Their company policy: “If it’s not fun and cute,we don’t want anything to do with it!” And what’s more fun and cute than Stonehenge?

Janit from Two Green Thumbs tells us she used the mini-Stonehenge from Running Press, drilling and staking the pieces so they would stay in place. She adds that she has “since told countless other mini gardeners how to make their own. I suspect there are dozens in and around the States!” We don’t doubt it. We laud her for helping would-be hengers to realise their aspirations! And it is kind of cute, isn’t it, although we feel an urge to go in and add a bunch of fallen stones. You could always buy a second kit and fill in a little.

Leave it to the Stonehenge State to make it possible to put a henge in every pot! Score for this simple but charming take on the replica: 7½ druids, despite the lack of bluestones. Hurry–you still have time to set one up for solstice!

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4 thoughts on “Miniature Stonehenge Garden

  1. Pingback: How to Make a Miniature Stonehenge Garden for the End of the World « The Mini Garden Guru

  2. I am absolutely in love with this mini garden! I have many plants all throughout my apartment trying to make the place more relaxing, and it’s working very well. Now I want to start doing mini scenes like this.

    Thank you for the inspiration!!

  3. 7 1/2 druids is very, very good for a miniature replica! But by all means, try again. Stonehenge replica building is the therapy of the future!

  4. Thanks for the great post!

    7 1/2 druids, huh?

    My ingrained, competitive spirit want to go get another two boxes of rubber stones and try again!!

    Keep up the fun work and have a great solstice!
    Janit

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