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  • William

    Kusamono a Japanese term for a type of accent plantings or companion plantings. The term literally means grass object, and often consists of a grass or flowering plant. The primary goal of the accent planting is to reflect the season depicted in a formal display

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Kusamono a Japanese term for a type of accent plantings or companion plantings. The term literally means grass object, and often consists of a grass or flowering plant. The primary goal of the accent planting is to reflect the season depicted in a formal display

kusamono I love this, and I want to use miniature flowering weeds in it. Looks like a dinosaur egg or maybe it's an Emu or Ostrich egg covered with ?

Kusamono green moss ball bonsai

kusamono....cousin to mikado?

  • S

    If possible, I'd bring the outdoors indoors.

This Kokedama would look so pretty on a Summer porch. I can picture it sitting between a wicker sofa and a rocking chair.