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live foliage - hanging?! growth - showing roots...

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

If we use this method to plant the orange tree, we can save the flowerpot in Spring Festival.

Kokedama moss garden. They seem to be easy to make

plantas colgantes. Flores y Plantas, es una forma hermosa y natural de la representación del Elemento Madera en nuestros espacios.

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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.

Ohmygoodness. Orchids, rhubarb,pineapples, citrus trees...all done up in root balls held together by string!

kokedama - I like this idea of standing them on a saucer instead of suspending them..easier to keep moist.

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)