Now we are talking about miniature landscape.
Miniature landscape is bringing nature in your home in a miniature form.
The elements which are we are using for miniature landscape is the ceramic pots, then shade net pieces, earthen pot chips, bricks’ pieces or bricks’ powder, we can say, potting mix,pebbles, pebble-chips, rocks, artifacts, plants which we are going to use for the landscape, secateur and spray pump.
Now we’ll start making a miniature garden.
First, we will use shade net.
Shade net will be used for drainage, proper drainage of excess water from the pots.
Then chips, earthen pot chips.
Then we are using bricks’ powder or brick pieces.
Then we are using the potting mix.
Potting mix contains vermicompost, soil and organic manure.
Organic manure and soil, it supplies nutrients regularly to our plants.
So our landscape and the plants grow healthier and now we’reusing the plants.
This is called as Aglaonema Pink.
We are using these indoor plants then we are making a semi-shade or indoor landscape.
Then, Dracaena Golden, then Syngonium.
We will arrange the plants in such a way that all will at a glance look very nice.
The Syngonium plant, it doesn’t grow very fast so that’s why we are placing it in the front.
Then we will add more potting mix to fix the plant.
Then we will add some rocks.
Then we will add some pebbles, you can use different types of pebbles, different colours.
Then we are also using white chips.
We will add the chips to beautify our landscape.
Then we will use another types of chips.
Then small houses or homes we can use.
Then small bridges we will use, it will add more beauty to our landscape.
Then we will add some coloured pebbles, maybe blue or white.
Then again white pebbles.
No we will cut the unwanted leaves and dry leaves from our miniature landscape and to make a proper shape.
Then we will use water to spray on the landscape, to clean dust and potting mix fallen on the leaves.
We will water our landscape every alternate day because it is an indoor or shade-loving landscape.
We have to fertilise the landscape twice or thrice a year.