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Kokedama - It’s similar to Japanese Kokedama in the sense that it takes presentational aesthetics outside of the box by allowing the plants to grow in a ball of soil held together by moss and string.

It's been adapted from its traditional bonsai to offer a new string garden approach, allowing to use many different types of plants. They’re a great way to bring the outdoors to your place and are easy to care. Kokedama can be hanged both indoors and outdoors, be placed in a bowl, or displayed on some other decorative object.

These floating gardens are the brainchild of Dutch artist and gardener Fedor Van der Valk, who discovered these self-supporting, hanging plant structures almost by mistake.

Light Weight | Easy Maintainance | Both Indoor and Outdoor | Trending Technique

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