There are four main requirements for dollhouse plants to thrive: plenty of sunlight, a deep enough container for the roots of the dollhouse plants, waterproof materials around the dollhouse plants and good drainage. Most dollhouses room-boxes do not provide adequate sunlight needed for dollhouse plants. You can make your own room-box with a removable lid and place lights made for growing dollhouse plants. You can purchase tiny greenhouses at local nurseries that are made to hold real plants as well as dollhouse furniture.
The materials that are used within your room-box or dollhouse should be waterproof so as to not damage your dollhouse plants. There is a way to get around using waterproof materials. You can utilize removable pots and only place the plants in the dollhouse or room-box when needed. When watering dollhouse plants, you need to have proper drainage. This is why most people find it difficult to house live plants in such a small area.
Bonsai Trees, Japanese Dwarf trees, Lavender, Creeping savory, Rosemary, sage, thyme, Thumbnail perennials and Dwarf lacebark Elm are some of the most common dollhouse plants. Several dollhouse plants when planted together enthrall everyone. Although they are very small in size, they are appealing.
Container gardens can alleviate the issues with dollhouse plants. It gives you the miniature garden that you desire. These particular containers are deep enough for the roots and have proper drainage systems.