Make Your Own Hanging String Garden
At Gardenista, we’re charmed by hanging string gardens. So when we discovered via Craftzine that it’s easy to make your own, we were thrilled. Read below for a closer look; to see more examples of these bonsai-like creations, visit String Gardens by Feder van der Falk.
Photographs via Craftzine.
Above: Kokedama string gardens—involving a Japanese technique of wrapping moss around root balls—require a blend of mud and clay that clings together well to form a ball.
Above: The materials list includes a small plant, moss, potting soil, clay mud (or bonsai soil‚ and twine).
Above: After forming a clay mixture around a plant’s roots, apply moss, pressing firmly.
Above: To water it, hold up a pot of water to submerge the plant’s root ball. Visit Craftzine for more thorough step-by-step instructions.
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