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Terrariums & Kokedama Hardcover – 5 Oct 2017
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'We all love to keep plants in our homes, so Alyson Mowat's stylish ideas help personalise any home with chic, low-maintenance planters, terrariums and kokedama (Japanese for "moss ball"). With 20 simple, unusual projects, she guides the reader through the tools and skills needed for making unique containers and decorations, choosing the right plants and even how to propagate them. From bonsai to orchids, Alyson proves that anyone can create intriguing plantscapes in their own home.' --NFU Countryside
'Terrariums, aeriums and kokedama (Japanese for "moss ball") may not sound exciting, but this book will make you see them differently. Alyson Mowat, who hosts indoor gardening workshops in London, shows how you can use greenery to create atmosphere. The book features 20 projects to help you take care of your own botanical creations.' --The Independent
Terrariums, aeriums and kokedama (Japanese for 'moss ball') have exploded in popularity and making them at home is surprisingly easy and a wonderful way to keep plants in our homes.See all Product description
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7 April 2018
Amazing originality of ideas. The book describes each one with engaging language and simple visual explanations. Reading it makes you think you are having a casual conversation with Alyson, the author. Her website adds the possibility of workshops and of contacting her. It comes across the author has given her best to the book. Totally recommended.
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Diane S. Clark
Anything Japanese is thrilling!
23 April 2018 - Published on Amazon.com
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I'm doing a program on this topic for our Herb Club and this will be a great resource.