Mengenal Kokedama, seni tanaman hias Jepang di Kebun Raya Cibodas

Kokedama is a traditional Japanese art form that involves creating beautiful and unique plant arrangements. This art form has gained popularity all over the world, including in Indonesia, where it is being showcased at the Cibodas Botanical Garden.

Kokedama, which translates to “moss ball” in Japanese, involves wrapping the roots of a plant in a ball of soil and moss, which is then bound with string. The result is a stunning and natural-looking display that can be hung or placed on a surface.

The Cibodas Botanical Garden, located near the city of Bogor in West Java, has recently introduced Kokedama to its visitors as a way to showcase the beauty of Japanese plant art. The garden has a dedicated section where visitors can learn about the art form and even try their hand at creating their own Kokedama.

Visitors to the garden can see a wide variety of plants displayed in Kokedama form, from small succulents to larger ferns and orchids. The art form is not only visually appealing but also has practical benefits, as the moss ball helps to retain moisture and nutrients for the plant.

Kokedama is a great way to bring a touch of Japanese elegance and tranquility into your home or garden. It is a versatile art form that can be adapted to suit any plant or space, making it a popular choice for plant enthusiasts of all levels.

If you are interested in learning more about Kokedama and experiencing this unique plant art form for yourself, be sure to visit the Cibodas Botanical Garden. You can enjoy a peaceful and immersive experience surrounded by the beauty of nature and discover the art of Kokedama in a serene and picturesque setting.

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