Kusamono literally means "grass thing" but has come to mean a small to very small plant displayed in an equally small pot. A Kusamono can be used as an accent plant to be displayed with a bonsai, but they can equally be enjoyed as an art form of their own.
A clutch of kusamono highlighting the grass like qualities of their name. Explore the individual plants as described below.
Plants: Imperata cylindrica (Japanese blood grass), Lemmaphyllum microphyllum (green penny fern), Campanula punctate (spotted bellflower), Leptinella minor (Banks Peninsula button daisy), Ajuga reptans ‘Valfredda’CHOCOLATE CHIP (bugleweed), and Rhynchospora colorata (white star sedge). Mother Nature added the freesia laxa (flowering grass).