Gardening Tips
How to make Kokedama and decorate or landscape your garden with these delightful green balls of joy! This modified version takes the traditional kokedama further with the concept of epiphyte bundling – putting together plants that have the same needs and look good together! This is a great way to save space and create a piece of living art in your home or garden. All you need is some plants, sphagnum moss, strings and a dash of creativity.

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