Moss Ball Bonsai: 100 Beautiful Kokedama That are Fun to Create

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Moss Ball Bonsai: 100 Beautiful Kokedama That are Fun to Create Author: Format: Hardback First Published: Published By: Tuttle Publishing
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Pages: 96 Illustrations and other contents: 100 kokedama; color photos and illustrations Language: English ISBN: 9784805315293 Categories: , , , , ,

Plant, soil, moss, twine-that’s all you need to create the exciting form of bonsai known as koke (moss) dama (ball). Moss Ball Bonsai provides all the information you need to make these self-contained gardens, using different types of plants-from flowering trees and ferns to grasses and cacti. A sampling of 100 different kokedama shows how even the most common of house plants can shine in this appealing no-pot environment, while a section on mosses acquaints you with the many tones and textures of this versatile plant family. With this bonsai guide, you will learn how to: Create and maintain a healthy home for your miniature garden’s root system Use inexpensive house plants and cuttings as the basis of your kokedama Make beautiful (and quirky) group plantings within a single project Find, collect and propagate moss And more! Whether resting on a pottery dish or suspended in the air, these little indoor gardens are a wonderful way to add a touch of artistry and greenery to your home or work space.

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Author Biography

Satoshi Sunamori is a residential garden designer, kusabonsai ("grass bonsai") artist and gardening instructor. After garnering considerable experience in the sale and distribution of bonsai, particularly of flowers and wild grasses, he opened a mini-bonasi and kokedama shop in 1999. His shop Isso, located inside Tokyo's Nishiogi Department Store, is a combination cafe and interior design consultancy that also sells mini-bonsai and kokedama. More of his work can be found on his website www.isso-1999.com