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post #1 of 3 (permalink) Old 02-27-2008, 12:10 PM Thread Starter
 
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Itssss WABI-KUSA season!

hey guys its WK season again!
spring is the best time to make a wabi-kusa as the soil is fertile and moist

get out to a river or stream and get WK'ing
check the site in my sig for more information, also do a search here as i made numerous posts and a knowledge base

im going to be selling WK kits this year for UK people
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You know I'm going to be on the lookout for a nice container for one of these this year. It would look pretty cool in our entryway "sun room"... assuming I could do half the job that you guys seem to do with it. It would have to be a "natural" setup only using sunlight though. :O

It would have to be a ghetto WK for sure though as most of my hobby loot is going to getting the new tank up.


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Ikea do a decorative glass container that is perfect for WK
i usually always use sunlight to grow WK
all WK are ghetto :P

Go down to the river (listen to springsteen first of course) and bring a peice of wood to work on, some thread, scissors, planting tools ect. right by the water dig up a nice wet clump of soil and mold it with your hands into a sphere. go find some moss and stuff from around you and wrap it round the sides (use javamoss if you brought some) then bind the ball with the thread do it well and dont skimp on quality. now hunt up some nice small plants and some more mosses and scape the top half by planting them in with tweezers.
done! bring it home and put it in a container filled with water and sand.
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