Kokedama, which literally means "moss ball" in Japanese, are a type of bonsai that not only look adorable but also are an easy DIY project to tackle in one afternoon. We had Robynne Heymans and Mike Madden, owners of Embark Garden, a New York-based plant design company, share their tips for how to make these hanging planters in five simple steps.
DIY String Gardens "Kokedama"
I stumbled upon a really cool indoor gardening concept the other day – string gardens. “Kokedama” is basically the Japanese art of enclosing a plants roots in a moss ball and suspending that plant – sort of a hanging bonsai concept.
kokedama tutorial & tips
String gardens....you can grown just about anything on a string, so cool.
How to Make a String Garden
How to make a trendy string garden: http://www.midwestliving.com/garden/container/how-to-make-a-string-garden
DIY Kokedama String Gardens
DIY Kokedama String Gardens | Martha Stewart Living - Being a flower school, our students and staff are always on the lookout for the latest trends. Over the last few years, the Japanese art of Kokedama has become increasingly popular. Kokedama means literally, "moss ball," and it's easy to see why! These cute plants have their root systems removed, introduced to new soil, bound and bonsaied into a neat little ball. The greatest part about this DIY project is that anyone can do it!
Kokedama Care: How to Care for Kokedama String Gardens
Birds Nest Fern Kokedama
carnivorous string garden - great for in the kitchen during fruit fly season...