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Mini gardens are becoming increasingly popular among green thumb enthusiasts because they need only a little space to grow and maintain and give a lot in return. Be it a kitchen, terrace, bathroom or a small balcony, a mini garden adds life and colour to any space. It serves a dual purpose – as an ornamental accessory as well as an incredible way to grow herbs and vegetables at home.

Editor: Steve Bender, Photo Editor:Paden Reich, Art Director: Bob Perino.
 
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We absolutely love how a mini garden refreshes the ambience, mood and health and we think you will too.

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Remember, the key is to start small – so you can begin your mini garden in some pots on a shelf too. Herbs like thyme, basil, rosemary, sage, lavender and oregano; miniature orchids and ferns; and moss and lichens are some of the plants that you can start with.

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Toy-like accessories like a mini gazebo, some tiny patio furniture, a small pebbled pathway or a fence will add a whimsical touch to the setting.


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