Think you might have a green thumb (aka gardening skills)? Discover how to create art and care for plants at the same time. Kokedama is the Japanese art of enclosing and growing plant roots without a traditional container to protect them. Simply take a small house plant and enclose the roots in soil, moss, and water. Secure with a string and hang near a window, so it looks like it’s suspended in the air. Then, spritz with water every few days. Try your hand at this rare garden art project! 


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