Kokedama string gardens are a centuries-old art form where a plant’s roots are wrapped in moss and suspended. This gardening method is the perfect way to add a natural decor element to any space — not to mention, it’s a fun do-it-yourself project! The best part? Creating your own may be a lot easier than you think.
Interested in taking your green thumb to new heights? A string garden might be just what you need. To help you get started creating your own, check out this step-by-step kokedama string garden tutorial from ProFlowers. Let’s get started.
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