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TRY THIS: KOKEDAMA HANGING PLANT This DIY Japanese bonsai makes the perfect home-brightener for spring.

TRY THIS: KOKEDAMA HANGING PLANT This DIY Japanese bonsai makes the perfect home-brightener for spring.

Inspired by the Japanese bonsai technique of kokedama, this collection of tiny foliage plants sprouts from string-bound balls of soil and moss.- Set of 6- Foliage plants, moss, twine, soil, fishing line- Indoor use only- Prefers medium-to-full, indirect sunlight; do not place in direct sun- Grows best at temperatures above 65F- When weight of ball is reduced by half, water by soaking moss ball thoroughly in sink; let excess water drain. Do not let kokedama become completely dry.- Plants…

Miniature String Garden, Set of 6

Inspired by the Japanese bonsai technique of kokedama, this collection of tiny foliage plants sprouts from string-bound balls of soil and moss.- Set of 6- Foliage plants, moss, twine, soil, fishing line- Indoor use only- Prefers medium-to-full, indirect sunlight; do not place in direct sun- Grows best at temperatures above 65F- When weight of ball is reduced by half, water by soaking moss ball thoroughly in sink; let excess water drain. Do not let kokedama become completely dry.- Plants…

What could be greener — color wise, and also environmentally speaking — than growing herbs right in your own kitchen? Growing herbs indoors isn't without its challenges, but if your kitchen has sufficient light, you can save money on grocery bills, make your kitchen smell amazing, and reduce the distance from farm to table to, oh, about fifteen feet. Here are a few ideas to get you started.

Ideas for Growing Herbs Right in Your Kitchen

What could be greener — color wise, and also environmentally speaking — than growing herbs right in your own kitchen? Growing herbs indoors isn't without its challenges, but if your kitchen has sufficient light, you can save money on grocery bills, make your kitchen smell amazing, and reduce the distance from farm to table to, oh, about fifteen feet. Here are a few ideas to get you started.

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