Inspired by the Japanese gardening method Kokedama, this funky arrangement involves wrapping clay and moss around the root of the plant before wrapping it in string. If you’re a budding gardener, this is a great way to start learning about gardening hydroponics gardening without traditional use of soil or gardening aeroponics gardening using air as a growth medium. Now, let’s get to it!Supplies:- succulent plant- dry Sphagnum Moss- moss you can pick some yourself or buy it in a bag- potting soil- clay mud or Bonsai soil- twine or ribbon to wrap around your moss ballTools:- scissors- gardening trowel- clippers- container to mix soils
Now this is a great idea!
Madison Cox has kept a low profile while creating a series of stunningly original gardens around the globe. Meet the designer whose plantings are as gracefully in tune with the landscape as the man who put them there.
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