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string gardens - “Kokedama” is the Japanese art of enclosing a plants roots in a moss ball and suspending that plant – sort of a hanging bonsai concept.

Completely Awesome - String Gardens

hanging fruit plants for the back yard

cool wall mounted air plants containers sea shells DIY ideas

Colorful Mexican Air Plants In Sea Shell Terrariums with MAGNETS for the Kitchen Fridge or as Office Plants

Tea Cup Water Terrarium-DIY Mini Fairy Terrarium Garden Ideas

Indoor Tabletop Water Garden

Tea Cup Water Terrarium-DIY Mini Fairy Terrarium Garden Ideas - Garden With Style


diy kokedama string garden by aura scaringi via designsponge. kokedama are Japanese moss balls made with peat and bonsai soil and not so hard to make at all.

No link- Indoor Container

DIY planter from concrete or plaster. You need one large and one small plastic bowl, and a little plastic bottle cap to be the mold for a drainage hole at the bottom of your planter.

fiu jardins suspensos Portugal | ESPAÇOS FIU

fiu jardins suspensos Portugal | ESPAÇOS FIU

Indoor gardens are a big home trend this year. We love the look of a terrarium on the windowsill.

See What Pinterest Predicts Are the Top Trends of 2015

) DIY Indoor Gardens -- Change your whole space with these indoor gardening tips


Make a Brick Succulent Planter/Candle Holder miniature gardens. Easy and even more Charming if you grow Moss over the Bricks Perfect for outdoor Altars and Fairy Gardens

Le kokedama est un art de la plante japonais, qui consiste à la faire vivre et à la sublimer hors de son pot ! C'est aérien !

Hanging plant collaboration with Fox Fodder Farm and Farrah Sit.


Hanging plants, cat, yes

Trachyandra: These guys are unique, snake-like plants that will bring out your inner-Medusa. Seriously, those curls are enough to give anyone hair envy. (via Plant Propaganda)

20 Weird House Plants You Didn’t Know You Needed

Trachyandra: These guys are unique, snake-like plants - Trachyandra is a genus of plant in the family Xanthorrhoeaceae, subfamily Asphodeloideae, first described as a genus in It is native to eastern and southern Africa, as well as to Yemen and Madagascar

How often do I need to water my kokedama, and how much water? – Tips & Advice

Succulent kokedama Water: Every two or three weeks by absorption method. Do not leave inside!

Nope, "just" propagating and growing some beautiful cuttings in spice racks!

Chia sprießen in hängenden Töpfen - Pflanzenfreude.de

Das mexikanische Wunderkörnchen

Hanging flower pots - chia seeds Mexico @ MOMA // Great Gardens & Ideas // by moraris.