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Monday, July 15, 2013

Moss Monday: How to Water Kokedama or Moss Balls

Photo from fleurametz.com

Kokedama or moss balls are the newest gardening craze.  Simply form some moss and mesh into a ball around a plant rootball and hang from a string or rest in a dish for a globular garden.  But how do you water a kokedama arrangement?

Here is a kokedama watering tip from fleurametz.com, be sure to visit their site for more tips on how to build a kokedama or moss ball.

"If you want to water the plant, simply do this my submerging the ball of moss into a bucket that is filled with water. The ball of moss is saturated after all the bubbles disappeared. Give it a small squeeze to remove the excess water."

1 comment:

  1. The Blue Jay name is one such awesome character creation, found mainly in North America.

    The head and lower part of the bird's body are coated with blue features, which makes it the most important for beauty. A U-shaped collar around its neck, endowed in black, emphasizes the occurrence of birds unlike in a snowy environment.

    In addition, Blue Jay eats nuts, fruits, and small vertebrates mainly as part of the diet. Also known as “Jaybird” because of the noise it produces. A small bird, only about 30 cm long, makes people fall into it.

    The Blue Jay


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