String garden.

Suspended String Gardens

Found via Urban Garden, these hanging gardens are an art installation type project by Fedor. Using string, moss, grass, and bowls or a glass reservoir - plants are transformed into suspended living works of art.

String garden.

Suspended String Gardens

Found via Urban Garden, these hanging gardens are an art installation type project by Fedor. Using string, moss, grass, and bowls or a glass reservoir - plants are transformed into suspended living works of art.

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String gardens. Wrap the root ball with sheet moss, then wrap tightly with string and hang. What a conversation piece.

Ethereal Beauty: Fedor van der Valk Discusses His String Gardens

Kokedama is the Japanese art form of enclosing a plant’s root mass in moss. Kokedama means “moss ball”. This trend is growing and can be quite fun. A current spin off of the Kokedama trend is String Gardening. The moss balls are suspended with string.

Great idea for the patio

beautiful blue Lobelia in a Wardian house. I am going to try that in my iron bird cage.

No Yard? No Problem: The Best Balcony, Rooftop and Patio Gardens Apartment Therapy's Home Remedies | Apartment Therapy

No Yard? No Problem: The Best Balcony, Rooftop and Patio Gardens

No Yard? No Problem: The Best Balcony, Rooftop and Patio Gardens Apartment Therapy's Home Remedies Apartment Therapy

Sobre carreira, sonhos e a nossa loja física.

Sobre carreira, sonhos e a nossa loja física.

Outdoor Gardens, Fish Ponds, Garden Trees, Lazer, Wall Gardens, Atrium, Kitchen Walls, Ideas Para, String Garden

Hanging moss plants by Mister Moss. These. Are. Awesome. According to Apartment Therapy, they are DIY, too! Take a clump of soil, cover it with sphagnum moss, wrap it in colorful string, and pair it with a coordinating (or contrasting) plant. When your ball feels dry, simply dunk it in a bucket of water. This is something that is happening.

Moss Ball Hanging Plants by Mister Moss

Hanging moss plants by Mister Moss. Take a clump of soil, cover it with sphagnum moss, wrap it in colorful string, and pair it with a coordinating (or contrasting) plant. When your ball feels dry, simply dunk it in a bucket of water.

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