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Feature 12686561 | © living4media / hsfoto | 13 images

Try presenting your plants in a new light!

Kokedama describes the Japanese art of growing plants in a ball of soil covered in moss. This gives the plants an ethereal vibe, as they can be hung from walls or ceilings from thin string. The moss also adds an extra element of lushness, giving a feeling of being in a forest.

Feature No.: 12686561
Number of images: 13
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Photographer: © living4media / hsfoto
Topic: Gardens
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