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11. KokedamaContainer-free string gardens make unexpected accents hanging around the house or propped on a tray on a desk. For any garden enthusiasts or crafters on your list, consider purchasing a kokedama kit. Most kits don’t come with the actual plant, so pick one up — like an easy-to-grow succulent, pothos or sansevieria — to go along with it.
10. Ditch the containers. Give an entirely new look to houseplants by replacing their pots with free-form balls made of moss and string. You’ve probably seen kokedama, plants with wrapped root balls that form container-free hanging gardens — a Japanese art. While they resemble works of art, hung like floating islands in a window or resting on a sill, kokedama are surprisingly easy to make and care for.To water, dunk the root ball in water, allowing it to soak for a few minutes. Squeeze gently to release excess water. Repeat every few days or weekly, depending on root ball size, climate and plant variety.Learn how to make your own kokedama string garden