Hanging String Gardens - CS: Whats one easy tip you can share with readers who might be interested in creating a string garden? FV: Start with plants that grow around your house to keep the costs of experimenting low.

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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.

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.

DIY String Gardens "Kokedama"

string gardens - “Kokedama” is the Japanese art of enclosing a plants roots in a moss ball and suspending that plant – sort of a hanging bonsai concept.

Hanging moss plants by Mister Moss. These. Are. Awesome. According to Apartment Therapy, they are DIY, too! Take a clump of soil, cover it with sphagnum moss, wrap it in colorful string, and pair it with a coordinating (or contrasting) plant. When your ball feels dry, simply dunk it in a bucket of water. This is something that is happening.

Moss Ball Hanging Plants by Mister Moss

Hanging moss plants by Mister Moss. Take a clump of soil, cover it with sphagnum moss, wrap it in colorful string, and pair it with a coordinating (or contrasting) plant. When your ball feels dry, simply dunk it in a bucket of water.

Hanging moss plants by Mister Moss. These. Are. Awesome. According to Apartment Therapy, they are DIY, too! Take a clump of soil, cover it with sphagnum moss, wrap it in colorful string, and pair it with a coordinating (or contrasting) plant. When your ball feels dry, simply dunk it in a bucket of water. This is something that is happening.

Moss Ball Hanging Plants by Mister Moss

Hanging moss plants by Mister Moss. Take a clump of soil, cover it with sphagnum moss, wrap it in colorful string, and pair it with a coordinating (or contrasting) plant. When your ball feels dry, simply dunk it in a bucket of water.

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Native Violet, Viola hederaceae - I use it everywhere, with its bright green leaves and its sweet mauve/purple flowers raised above the foliage. It will rapidly fill in bare areas of soil between stepping stones.

Native Violet, Viola hederaceae - bright green leaves and sweet mauve/purple flowers raised above the foliage. It will rapidly fill in bare areas of soil between stepping stones.

Buy or DIY: Moss Ball Hanging Plants - Can you imagine a group of these hanging for a chandelier?

Buy or DIY: Moss Ball Hanging Plants

These fun and funky moss balls are lovingly made by Mister Moss, but that doesn't mean you can't be inspired to create your own

Mister Moss has created a line of indoor/outdoor hanging moss balls filled with plants that are handmade and one-of-a-kind. They come in a variety of plants but what makes them truly unique is the various colored string that they’re wrapped in and suspended from.

Moss Ball Hanging Plants by Mister Moss

Hanging: l-r Yelow Daffodil, Maidenhair Fern, Herb Kokedama includes Prostrate Rosemary, Thyme & Variegated Ivy. Bottom row: l-r Tiger orchid, Herb Kokedama includes Rosemary & Snapdragon, Mini Purple Phalaenopsis Orchid, Aloe Vera & Baby Rubber Plant.

Hanging: l-r Yelow Daffodil, Maidenhair Fern, Herb Kokedama includes Prostrate…

Artist and Gardener: Fedor van der Valk, String Gardens

Artist and Gardener: Fedor van der Valk, Brings You String Gardens

Found via Urban Garden, these hanging gardens are an art installation type project by Fedor. Using string, moss, grass, and bowls or a glass reservoir - plants are transformed into suspended living works of art.

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