New at Barlow’s! Kokedama is a Japanese word that translates literally to “moss ball.” This planting style originated hundreds of years ago and is also known as the “poor man’s bonsai!” Plants are wrapped up in a ball of soil and moss, then secured with string or fishing line. They can be displayed by hanging (shown) or by being placed on a decorative tray. Kokedama is extremely popular in Japan and is gaining popularity in the USA!
Learn all about this trending planting style – you’ll get to make your own kokedama using a houseplant of your choosing. Fee includes everything you need to create your own kokedama!
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