Kokedama is a form of plant art that originated in Japan. Instead of the conventional pots or vases, kokedama plants are grown in beautiful crafty green balls made of moss. Kokedama, which means “moss ball”, is a favourite among plant decoration enthusiasts who are also passionate about sustainability.
The Japanese believed that the green ball of moss is a symbol of maternal love and charity. Its circular shape creates peacefulness and provides a zen spirit. It is also said that it eliminates negative energy from a space by absorbing them. Kokedama's aesthetic has the ability to help you wade off stress, which is an excellent benefit for the mind, body, and soul.
Keep your kokedama in a bright area indoors or a shaded spot outdoors
You'll know it's time to water when the kokedama feels light. To water, soak it in a bowl of water for about 10 minutes. Drain the excess water properly before putting it back on its bowl or hanger.
Your plant should last 1-2 years before needing a bigger kokedama, or repot.
Every plant is unique and can therefore differ from the plant shown on the photo.
Standalone / no container (ideal if you plan to hang your kokedama)