Kodedama literally meaning "moss ball" is the Japanese Art of wrapping a plant in a ball of soil and moss, usually created to be hung as a string garden. Plants can also be displayed "sitting" on a saucer or decorative dish.
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Proceeds from these designs benefit Takoma Park's Citywide Small Business Mini-Grant Program and the Old Takoma Business Association (OTBA).
Succulents need bright light, there's no other way for them to thrive long term.
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I love pairing plants with planters and artfully designed pairings with spaces. Feel free to reach out if you'd like some plant design ideas for your space. I also love using my hands to plant and shape various plant creations.