Make a statement with kokedamas ! Easily portable plant art that can be displayed on a dish, or as a hanging plant. Create an even greater impact by hanging several kokedamas at varying heights to create a 'string garden'
Kokedama means 'moss ball' in Japanese and is a traditional gardening art. Instead of using a pot, the soil of the plant is bound tightly inside a layer of moss. Water by submerging the kokedama in water for 5-10 minutes 1-2 times a week.
Anturios make some of our favorite kokedamas. They are very easy to care for and the flowers typically last a long time. We particularly like suspending several of these kokedamas from fishing string to give the appearance of floating balls of flowers. They also make a great table centrepiece.
Please choose the option if you want a kokedama with a metal hook for easy hanging.
Medium to bright indirect light
Tolerates periods of lower light
Check your kokedama at least twice a week
It will feel very light when it needs to be watered
To water, submerge the kokedama for 5-10 minutes, then let it sit to dry for a few minute
Once a month