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.
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Kokedama of miniature rose. It is an interesting combination. Miniature roses to the moss ball, the Tokas recommend those thick with dark color of the leaves. Moss is a strong thing is good seems to dry.