Micro Mini Sinningias – how to grow the smallest flowering houseplant in the world!

micro-mini sinningia I love flowers! I love them even more when I can enjoy them all year! But, beautiful blooming plants that come in tiny little packages are what I love most of all!

When you grow small house plants, you don’t have to worry about the biggest problem that most people face when trying to enjoy a touch of nature indoors – space! And, if you’re like me, once you have a few plants, you’re going to be hungry for more 🙂 When I found out that plants don’t have to be big to be beautiful, a whole new world opened up to me!

For some reason, I’ve always been infatuated with all things miniature! In kindergarten, I remember my teacher reading us a story called “The little old lady who lived in a vinegar bottle.” Although I don’t remember anything about the story itself, I can still remember dreaming about what it might be like to live in a tiny little cottage hidden somewhere among the ferns on the forest floor. And, after all these years… I’m still dreaming 🙂

Many years ago, my aunt gave me a tiny little egg-shaped container that held a sweet little surprise inside! As I opened the top, inside sat the tiniest little plant – almost unbelievably tiny! The plant had lots of velvety green leaves, piles of little white slipper-shaped blossoms, and even a bit of moss covering the soil. The most amazing thing about this gift was, from leaf tip to leaf tip, this little potted gem was only 1 1/2 inches across! This was the beginning of my love for miniature houseplants.

Introducing the – Micro Mini Sinningia

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4 thoughts on “Micro Mini Sinningias – how to grow the smallest flowering houseplant in the world!”

  1. Hi! I’ve been reading your blog and really enjoying it! I’m in upstate NY as well and we got 3 ft of snow in our area at the same time you did! LOL
    I’m so thankful for the warmer weather starting up. We tapped a few maple trees yesterday and the sap is running well!
    Thanks for all the great info you put on your blog. Holly


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