Adorable and fun, these little gardens are tiny dioramas for your favorite future paleontologist!
After a quick run to the garden center, we chose Celosia to create a burst of color. This ornamental flowering plant is known for it's flame like appearance and is also edible. Lisa also selected some bold succulents and easy to grow ground cover that will fill in the spaces around your prehistoric friends.
Speaking of dinosaurs, they can usually be found at a 99 cent store in the toy section, or you can recycle some old plastic toys if you have any. We also recommend on your next hike outside picking up a few rocks on the trail to include in your mini-garden.
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