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Pots & Kusamono | kusamono – grasbonsai

Pots & Kusamono | kusamono – grasbonsai

Kokedama style of Wabikusa. Wabi denotes something aesthetic, imperfectly beautiful and natural. Kusa means grass, or sometimes, plant. It denotes something natural, Kokedama is a ball of moss covered soil with arranged plants. Unlike other bonsai styles, its history is not so old and it’s said the idea originated from Nearai, which was a popular bonsai style during the Edo era in Japan, and is a bonsai grown first in a pot and taken out of the pot and set on a stand to enjoy without a pot.

Shitakusa, Kusamono, Kokedama, Nearai and Wabikusa

Kokedama style of Wabikusa. Wabi denotes something aesthetic, imperfectly beautiful and natural. Kusa means grass, or sometimes, plant. It denotes something natural, Kokedama is a ball of moss covered soil with arranged plants. Unlike other bonsai styles, its history is not so old and it’s said the idea originated from Nearai, which was a popular bonsai style during the Edo era in Japan, and is a bonsai grown first in a pot and taken out of the pot and set on a stand to enjoy without a pot.

How to Make a Kokedama, or Japanese Moss Ball Garden. Easy DIY for an interesting indoor garden that doubles as an art piece! Derived from the ancient art of bonsai.

How to Make a Kokedama, or Japanese Moss Ball Garden. Easy DIY for an interesting indoor garden that doubles as an art piece! Derived from the ancient art of bonsai.

Ecole d’ikebana Ohara La Rochelle / Sud-Ouest - Moribana - Cours et stages d’art floral japonais (ikebana) de l’école Ohara de Tokyo

Ecole d’ikebana Ohara La Rochelle / Sud-Ouest - Moribana - Cours et stages d’art floral japonais (ikebana) de l’école Ohara de Tokyo

Neon string for hanging balls

String Planters – A New Trend Bringing Us Closer To Nature

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