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    Les jardins suspendus de String gardens

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    The work of Fedor van der Valk, the spherical balls of dirt are enveloped in a cocoon of web-like string, and sprout everything from fruit trees to succulents. The resulting gardens are works of art which seem to defy gravity and completely eliminate the need for pots.

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    Mini Gardens Floating In Mid-Air | Jeannie Huang

  • Amanda Clark

    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.

  • Brittany Shirley

    hanging garden

  • Jen Esteban

    Unique idea for plants

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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)

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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. :)