In the beginning there were orchids, Plants that do not require much water and that is better suited to be hung with aerial roots….then thanks the Danish botanical artist Fedor Van der Valk were born STRING GARDENS. These are plants that grow suspended in the air with thin nylon threads, while the roots are harvested in a ball of moss and earth, following the ancient Japanese art of kokedama (whose word means exactly “Pearl of moss”).


Ever larger….

 (String gardens)

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