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In the tradition of Japanese kokedama—which uses moss to retain moisture instead of a pot—here are instructions for making a self-sufficient houseplant that needs nothing but a bit of water and sun to keep it happy:

In the tradition of Japanese kokedama—which uses moss to retain moisture instead of a pot—here are instructions for making a self-sufficient houseplant that needs nothing but a bit of water and sun to keep it happy:

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Inspired by the Japanese gardening method Kokedama, this funky arrangement involves wrapping clay and moss around the root of the plant before wrapping it in string. If you're a budding gardener, this is a great way to start learning about gardening hydroponics (gardening without traditional use of soil) or gardening aeroponics (gardening using air as a growth medium). Now, let's get to it!

Inspired by the Japanese gardening method Kokedama, this funky arrangement involves wrapping clay and moss around the root of the plant before wrapping it in string. If you're a budding gardener, this is a great way to start learning about gardening hydroponics (gardening without traditional use of soil) or gardening aeroponics (gardening using air as a growth medium). Now, let's get to it!