Have you used moss in gardening? In an article written by Lois Barber from blogs.rep-am.com, he emphasizes that moss is used in decorating houseplants. In Japanese gardening, kokedama uses moss so that the roots won’t be seen. In the same way, if you have houseplants inside your home, you can put moss on top of the flower pot. Instead of leaving your plants with brown dirt, moss will enhance the beauty of the plants by adding green color aside from covering the roots. He tried this in his indoor rosemary plant as he has seen moss growing in his garden. For him, the moss adds more attraction to the plain herb.
This is a great way to reuse the moss instead of leaving them behind in your garden. You can get inspiration from Kokedama by putting a plant centerpiece with moss on your table. For sure, your guest will be amazed on how you have done it and that it is possible to do.
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