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    DIY: Kokedama Hanging/String Plant

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    Make your own string garden. Bizarre! Seems pretty messy if you water the ball but sounds like if you choose the right kind of plant they can get most of their water from misting...anyone tried this?

    String Gardens: Grow plants in balls of soil/moss tied together with string and hang them! (Dunk in water to refresh.)

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    How to kokedama - Moss Ball, can grow plants from it, in a dish or hang it up...

    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.

    "massed fern kokedama. Most of the ones on this site don't seem to be using moss to cover the ball, therefore technically string gardens rather than kokedama (translates as moss ball)"

    DIY hanging kokedama (Japanese Moss Balls) plant tutorial - YouTube

    String gardens. Wrap the root ball with sheet moss, then wrap tightly with string and hang. What a conversation piece.

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    this is seriously the easiest way to garden. never bend over, great for older people with bad knees, never pull weeds. how to build it and what to plant on link.

    DIY hanging wall garden. Air plants are easy to take care of, mist with water every couple weeks. Perfect for the NON-greenthumb

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