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Kokedama - Moss Balls

What is Kokedama?   Kokedama, which translates to "moss ball" in English, is a unique and artistic way of planting ornamental plants. Originating in Japan, this gardening technique combines elements of the bonsai and kusamono planting styles, creating a visually appealing moss-covered ball of soil where plants can thrive. Today, Kokedama has gained popularity in Japanese gardens and beyond. Kokedama can be made using a variety of plants, from established houseplants to cuttings or seasonal selections. These moss balls can be displayed in various ways, from trays to vintage containers, with some enthusiasts even adding cloches for extra charm and moisture retention. Hanging Kokedama is another common display method, using twine or macrame hangers to showcase these moss-wrapped plants. Supplies ...

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