Learn to make a Japanese moss ball garden that is eye-catching and unique and not only this, it is easy to make and maintain too if you follow the steps correctly!
The Kokedama that translates in English as “moss ball” is a ball of soil, covered by moss and in which plants are grown. It is growing its popularity among indoor gardeners and bonsai growers. In fact, Kokedama is a style of Japanese bonsai.
Kokedama can be fixed to a piece of driftwood or suspended from a string. It creates an attractive display piece that is easy to care for too. All you need is a bright location, regular misting (daily is best) and a weekly soaking. You will also need to fertilize it every month and repot it to a larger ball when it has outgrown existing ball.
This infographic, courtesy of lobotany.com will teach you how simple and easy it is to make a Kokedama.
Kokedama: How To Make A Japanese Moss Ball Garden via Lobotany