Kokedama is a form of Japanese garden art that dates back centuries. "Koke" translating to "moss" and "dama" translating to "ball", this ornamental form of plant mounting utilizes moss to cover a soil ball in which the plant grows. Both cute and compact, Kokedama can be hung, or even placed in a shallow bowl to display.
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