This spectacular hanging garden collection comprises meticulously created giant kokedama of 50-85kg. A beautiful addition on a patio, atrium, along a walkway or any outdoor area that could do with a show stopper!
The hanging gardens are skillfully constructed using intricate stitching to form a lush tapestry of moss, soil and the crowning glory: a luxurious combination of plants carefully selected by our horticultural expert.
There are 12 to 15 different plant species per hanging garden, a few rare finds.
The design is both functional and aesthetically delightful with characterful nodes and ridges from which spectacular greenery springs life.
This combination of greenery is unique every time, making your Hanging Garden truly one-of-a-kind and extra special
WHY CHOOSE THE
GIANT ” KOKEDAMA"
Something completely NEW and novel to the South African marketplace.
A LIVING ART PIECE
Your hanging art piece is continuously evolving through the seasons.
No two “canvas’s” are the same
CUSTOMISATION YOUR HANGING GARDEN
Decide on your garden and plant type to suit your environment
LOCAL HORTICULTURAL TEAM
Who understand the local conditions to ensure you get the correct combination of plants in your hanging garden, and the best advice on their health and longevity
EASY TO MAINTAIN
The garden is contained with plants that thrive together, so watering is quick and easy.
Inspired by Africa’s breathtaking untouched landscapes. With indigenous beauties such as hen and chickens, natal ivy, succulent bulbs and asparagus fern, this glorious green feature is suited to semi-shade/morning sun areas.
Inspired by the abundance and exotic charm of the jungle. This lavish display of greenery features a striking ensemble of plants that flourish in shade/semi-shade, including delicious monster, ivy, bromeliads and ferns.
Inspired by the rare splendours of the desert. A wonderfully waterwise option, the Sahara comes alive with hardy delights such as stonecrop, spekboom, coral reef and blue chalk. Well-suited to areas where sunlight abounds.
We recommend that The African and The Amazon be watered once a week, depending on the weather and your specific climate. Ensure that all nodes with plants get sufficiently wet. The Sahara can be watered fortnightly. Skip your regular watering if it rains.
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