We’re all going to be spending a lot of time inside for the foreseeable future, and gardening is one great way to keep our minds and hands busy while we wait for the all clear. We’re all used to spring annuals and tacking succulents, but what about a different idea? I’m really loving the simplicity of Kokedama, or Japanese Moss Garden.
With just a few items, you can make a completely contained garden that is perfectly suited for small spaces, even tabletops inside or outside your home, hanging or staged on top of a container. Check out the video below to see how you can make your very own Kokedama at home!
Catherine Arensberg is an exterior designer who specializes in finding ways to create your ultimate outdoor space, no matter the budget. Learn more here: catherinearensberg.com