SoundEagle says: How creative, imaginative and diminutive these suspended miniature gardens are! They are like little gems of small world and poetic microcosms with titillating dreamy proportions . . . . .
Bling Gardens: Kokedama Comes to Americ…huh?
— This blog was first published 4 years ago. I thought string gardens would be a passing fancy but, no, I was wrong again in calling an end to a trend. Hey, at least I got miniature gardening right, right?? ;o) I still enjoy these photos as I wasn’t able to keep them alive for very long – I was unable to regulate the dampness of the soil that these plants needed. If you try this, chose drought-tolerant plants that don’t mind when the soil dries out, like tropical succulents for example. —
String gardens. It’s the new thing. Trees and plants dangling from the ceiling, suspended by a piece of string.
But, something was missing.
So, I spent some time…
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