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    As it gets cooler outside, I look for ways to continue gardening and that means indoor gardening. Yesterday a group of us took a Kokedama workshop at a local greenhouse and we learned a lot too. It was great fun and each of us went home with a lovely moss wrapped plant – aka poor man’s bonsai. This Japanese art is a form of bonsai that goes back to the 1600’s. We had a blast creating them!! You can see some photos I tagged on Instagram (#abgrows). Pictured here is an aralia I kokedamaed. (is that even a word?)

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  • #11801

    How fun is that?!! Thanks for sharing! Kokedama, moss gardens, miniature gardens including fairy gardens, as well as houseplants are all excellent means of nourishing our green thumbs through the non-growing season. I love it!

    For a little inspiration, I am sharing a photo of a Halloween Fairy Garden.

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  • #11870

    I’ve seen pictures of kokedama but I don’t understand it. Does it hold in water better? Is it for dry-loving plants or wet-loving plants? If you overwater, does the water start dripping off the ball?

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