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DIY Project: How to Make a ‘Kokedama’ String Garden

DIY Project: How to Make a ‘Kokedama’ String Garden (Japanese-inspired hanging garden) by Ashley Camper Photography

String gardens. Wrap the root ball with sheet moss, then wrap tightly with string and hang. What a conversation piece.

Ethereal Beauty: Fedor van der Valk Discusses His String Gardens

Kokedama is the Japanese art form of enclosing a plant’s root mass in moss. Kokedama means “moss ball”. This trend is growing and can be quite fun. A current spin off of the Kokedama trend is String Gardening. The moss balls are suspended with string.

Ethereal Beauty: Fedor van der Valk Discusses His String Gardens

Ethereal Beauty: Fedor van der Valk Discusses His String Gardens

Lime tree suspended in string garden. Fedor van der Valk says geraniums, asparagus, flower bulbs, and citrus shrubs/trees are the easiest plants to use in string gardens.

Jardins suspensos | String Gardens | ExemplarId #fachadasverdesolivo

Rosemary topiary in hanging string garden. I'm going to make some with lemon verbena.

Kokedama String Gardening - Kokedama Kit - Japanese Moss Balls

With this easy-to-use kit, you're ready to design your own unique and intriguing kokedama (“moss ball”), a traditional Japanese gardening craft.

Potted bulbs may be an everyday thing, but a string garden from Amsterdam -- beautiful and anything but everyday.

String Gardens by Feder van der Falk

Hanging plants with strings. String Gardens by Feder van der Falk : Remodelista

It's mucky, it's creative, it's the latest craze - and it's so much fun!! Try making your very own Kokedama - a Japanese hanging string garden (or 'mossball').<br/>

It's mucky, it's creative, it's the latest craze - and it's so much fun! Try making your very own Kokedama - a Japanese hanging string garden (or 'mossball').

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