Step 4: When you’re finished wrapping the string around your moss, tie a strong knot. You may want to double or triple knot it, just to be sure it holds. Kokedama Diy, Diy Gardens, Triple Knots, Hanging Plants, Plants Hanging, String Gardens Diy, Kokedama Plants, Hanging Kokedama, Kokedama Hanging Str
Step 3: Grab the end of your string and wrap away! You can wrap your string in any pattern or design you like – or with none in mind at all! It’s cool to see the different string patterns that emerge when you’re not even trying. Just be sure that the moss is adequately covered – the string is what helps keep the ball shape, and it will support the plant once it’s hanging.
Beautiful, fun and creative – everything DIY project should be and this instructographic on how to create your own Kokedama Hanging Plant with String. All you need is a small plant and some twine and a little bit of work and this plant and flower can be hanging from your porch in no time.