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Kooky for kokedama: The Japanese have long had a fondness for these rounded moss bonsai.

19th February, 2012
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Rounded moss bonsai.

Kooky for kokedama

The Japanese have long had a fondness for these rounded moss bonsai, but the trend has gone global as indoor plant lovers embrace these eye-catching potless plants. The rootballs of kokedama plants are kept intact through the use of moss to retain their round shape.

These guaranteed conversation-starters look beautiful hanging as 'string gardens' by a window. Plants need to be submerged in water every few days, then drained before re-hanging. Try...

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