Kokedama is the Japanese tradition of creating artistic forms with plants.
Edible Landscaping - Manomin Garden Club
Kokedama - a plant growing in a ball of soil encased in moss secured by twine, string, or wire, that can be hung in a window or placed on a tray or dish.
The Evolving Garden. West Metro Home Remodeling Show
Humane Critter Control Minneapolis Home and Garden Show
The focus of this interactive workshop will be on the deep-water culture (DWC) hydroponic system. It is the oldest and most proven system. It is the easiest to set up, maintain, expand and the least expensive system.
Take the mystery out of both growing and using/storing these easy-care plants for landscaping, food and drink use, pollination, decorating, and more!
Eden Prairie Everything Expo
This Japanese term “Koke” meaning moss, and “dama” meaning ball is in the Bonsai tradition of creating artistic forms with plants.
Discover the life cycle of a butterfly while you learn about choosing host and nectar plants.