Kokedama is the Japanese art of string gardens with the roots wrapped in a soil mixture and moss.
I have been working my way through a tray of little plants, removing most of the potting soil and replacing with a mixture of Akedama soil and peat moss.
After forming a nice ball of soil around the roots, I wrap the entire root ball with wet sheet moss.
Waxed string is used to bind the entire moss and soil ball. Tightly but not too tightly.
Tie on additional string to form a hanger for you string garden.
Water when it feels light by soaking in a vase of water for 5 min.
Then hang in a pretty spot!