Dutch gardener Fedor Van der Valk has created a stir with his brilliant string gardens. These growing miniature Eco-systems are little green worlds, suspended in air for a thoroughly modern art look. And they're easy enough to create yourself. He actually created the string garden by accident, while creating a 3D spider web for an animation. One thing just led to another. That's how many things come to be, actually - not planned, but happened upon while creating something else. And these string gardens are certainly something else. You can make string gardens that suit any home by changing the flora and fauna. Use different lengths of string to create eye-catching arrangements. The Japanese have a similar technique with plants called Kokedama, but Van der Valk took the idea to the air - and an indoor gardening phenomenon was born. United Kingdom. No strings attached.
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