This is my latest tabletop garden – A Green Cappuccino. Ever wonder what those greens are? They are not moss or some type of groundcover plants, but believe it or not, they are dragon fruit seedlings – one of those exotic, bizarre-looking fruit which you can find in Southeast Asia.
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As I said earlier, I originally planned to cover my tabletop garden – Cactus Garden with a layer of off-white gravels. But since I couldn’t find any on hand, I used some big black stones instead. While the tabletop garden looked pretty cool with the black stones, the picture of the garden covered with small gravels had always been in my mind.
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Here is another tabletop cactus garden. Since this tabletop garden is bigger and has many more cacti than my other cactus tabletop garden – Cactus Garden, I simply called it the Cactus Jungle.
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It is pretty quick and easy to make this tabletop garden – Where is the Fish? And it’s so cute too!
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I especially made this tabletop garden – Double the Love as a bridal shower gift for a very good friend of mine. Hopefully, it will be a nice table decoration for her new home.
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While some girls don’t find my tabletop cactus garden – In the Outer Space – absolutely lovable, all the guys, whom I have shown this tabletop cactus garden to, like the garden right at their first sight. Maybe it’s the strong contrasts of colors and shapes in the cactus garden that most guys find very cool about. I am not sure why. But anyways, I love these cacti. They are just soooo lovely
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Cactus makes very good tabletop gardens. There are many species of cacti, some with outrageous colors, some with small yet flashy flowers, and some with weird shapes and sizes. We can use cactus to make a very big tabletop garden crammed with various types of cacti, or we can use some baby cacti to make a petit tabletop garden as small as a coffee cup.
Ideas of cactus garden are limitless. Just be creative and give it a try. I guarantee that you will find a lot of fun in making tabletop gardens with cactus too!
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I love air plants. Aside from their exotic look, these plants are also extremely low maintenance. My air plants are just like my easy-going friends, hanging around, bringing some life to my room, and keeping me good company.
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This is my tabletop garden – Bento Box. This is the largest tabletop container garden I have made so far and I love it! This tabletop garden is filled with 10 pots of flowers and foliage plants, including two orchids, a mini fittonia, a caladium, two kalanchoes, etc.
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I am just being playful there and stole some action figures from my brother and put them in my Tabletop Garden – After Jurassic. It is quite cool and I will probably do more. Maybe as my brother’s request, I will make a garden suitable for my brother’s Gundam action figures. haha
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