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コケ玉 & コケ盆  **"koke-dama" Moss ball & Moss Tray

FrontPage /コケの利用 Use of bryophytes in Japan にもどる

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moss bonsai with fern Davallia mariesii work by H.Deguchi Sept.2003 "Bonkei" , a miniature landscape made of some moss species, sand of several colors, mountain-shape stone (curved) on a ceramic tray, work by H.Deguchi. Mosses include Leucobryum juniperoideum
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"koke-dama" moss ball with a fern Osmunda lancea work by H.Deguchi Sept.2003
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"Koke-dama" a moss ball with an ivy plant, arranged on a lacquered wooden plate, work by H.Deguchi Sept.2003 "Koke-dama" a moss ball with a monocot,Ophiopogon japonicus , work by H.Deguchi
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"Yoseue", a combination with a vascular plant in a ceramic shallow flower pot work by H.Deguchi 2003
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a miniature landscape in a ceramic pot; stones representing mountains and mosses forested lands or islands, sand seawater; work by late T. Oishi as the left
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Moss pots with several mosses including Dicranodontium denudatum, at gardening shop in Hakone, Kanagawa. moss cushion associated with Pinguicularia sp. in the hollow at the top of the lava boulder
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コケの利用 Use of bryophytes in Japan にもどる