String gardens of fedor van der valk
String gardens are a botanical technique meant to raise plants to eye level. Small moss balls called kokedama house the root system which is wrapped and then suspended by total awesomeness. (via designboom)
Our Recommendations This is an artistic method of plant display, classed as floral art and is not for long term display. We recommend your String Plant is planted out into a pot or garden after 2 to 3 months or earlier if the plant starts to look stressed.
String gardens, based on Kokedama. The latter, meaning moss ball, is a style of Japanese bonsai. Kokedama are made by transferring your plant out of its pot and into a ball of soil held together with moss and string. String gardens take this tradition a step further by suspending these little green worlds in the air. A great way to bring the outdoors inside. :)