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Kokedamas are the latest trends to hit the decorative scene and are based on a Japanese art form from the 17th century. Kokedama literally means “moss ball”, and is literally a plant root in a shape of a ball, wrapped around moss, and then string to keep it in place.
Whatever it is, and whatever it means, we just know that it’s one of the cutest things we’ve seen. These charming kokedamas are also pretty undemanding. They’re easy to make and easy to care for, as long as you find a nice little spot with enough sunlight for them to hang around in. If your space is lacking a point of interest, these beautiful balls of green could be the perfect thing to display.
So if you’re convinced as we are that kokedamas are THE solution to prettify your home, join in on an upcoming workshop by Hands On Brisbane where you’ll spend two hours getting your hands muddy to make your own Kokedama. Ticket prices and details of the class are found below!
Have a try at Kokedamas!
Succulent Kokedama (Moss Balls) with Kristen
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