If you've never seen a kokedama—a Japanese moss ball—let me introduce you to the ultimate small-space garden. Floating in midair, these plants don't take up surface space, or even wall space. Plus, you don't have to shell out money for a pretty container, as each plant is contained in its own moss-covered pod and is suspended from the ceiling using inexpensive twine. If you're as convinced as we are that this is the gardening solution our tiny homes have been waiting for, follow these steps to make your own.
from Apartment Therapy | Saving the world, one room at a time http://www.apartmenttherapy.com/how-to-make-kokedama-hanging-gardens-for-small-spaces-243697