A kokedama is a ball of soil covered with moss with a plant growing. It’s very practical as a hanging garden is space-savvy and looks very unusual. Want to know how to make it? Take a small plant, potting soil, bonsai soil, dry moss, scissors, cotton yarn, gardening gloves and a jar of water. Clean the roots of the plant and shake it to remove all traces of dirt. Place dry moss into the water jug to moisten. Take damp moss and wrap the root of the plant, gently squeeze to remove excess water. Wrap cotton yarn several times around the roots with moss forming a tight ball. Add bonsai soil and divide the ball into two parts and put the root plants wrapped with moss between them. Form a ball again so that the roots were completely within, and place moss sheets to completely cover the ball. Enjoy!