nature in the home / 4

This is my new hanging plant from Opus Studio. My friend Delene bought it for me as a gift for my birthday, nice hey? I’ve wanted a hanging plant for so long, and always wondered how to water them, but it’s actually super simple. You simply unclip it from the string, fill a bowl with water and let the kokedama (moss ball) plant sit in the water for about 2-3 minutes. Then gently squeeze the ball so that the water is soaked into the centre.

Here’s a bit more about hanging plants, from Opus…

“Kokedama, often called the poor man’s bonsai in Japan, literally means moss (koke) ball (dama). It consists of a small ball of soil that is covered with organic material like mosses, grass and flowers that are mixed and arranged to form a desired hanging garden.

nature in the home

— Liza

One Response to nature in the home / 4

  1. Victoria J. Hensley 09/06/2013 at 6:02 am #

    I’d been wanting some hanging plants for my front window, so this is the perfect thing!

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