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They encapsulate the Japanese concept of wabi-sabi, which can be explained as an appreciation of the imperfections of nature and the transience of natural beauty.

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How to Make Kokedama: Small Space Hanging Gardens

Kokedama é uma forma de plantar onde o vaso é o musgo e a própria terra, que segura as raízes. Como tudo na cultura japonesa, essa é uma...

Kokedama é uma forma de plantar onde o vaso é o musgo e a própria terra, que segura as raízes. Como tudo na cultura japonesa, essa é uma...

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String Gardens “Kokedama” - Kokedama is the Japanese art of string gardening…

Au centre, kokedama réalisé à partir d'un ficus gingseng ( Ficus microcarpa). Jérémi Seguda, qui les a réalisés, est aussi l'auteur des supports en céramique.

Le kokedama, sphère magique de la décoration végétale

Au centre, kokedama réalisé à partir d'un ficus gingseng ( Ficus microcarpa)…

What Is A Kokedama: Tips On Making Kokedama Moss Balls - What is a Kokedama? It is a form of Japanese garden art that is centuries old and tied into the practice of bonsai. You can practice the art of Kokedama yourself with just a few items and minimal skill. This article will help.

How To Make A Japanese Moss Ball – The Art Of Kokedama

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Kokedama, or Japanese moss balls, are easy to make and look amazing hanging in a bright window! Learn how to make your own in this handy tutorial.

Make Your Own Kokedama (Japanese Moss Ball

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Kokedama Care: How to Care for Kokedama String Gardens

Kokedama is a Japanese word that, simply translated, means “moss ball”. Sometimes called the “Poor Man’s Bonsai” or “string gardens,” the of art of binding plants into green, mossy orbs dates back centuries to the Edo era in Japan (around 1600 AD).

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