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Kokedama Moss Ball Hanging Plant - Ivy Goldchild
V8537 GLD

V8537 GLD

$49.00

$49.00

Estimated Ship Date: 09/27/2023
Your Variety Selection: Ivy Goldchild

Kokedama is a ball of soil, covered with moss, on which an ornamental plant grows. The idea has its origins in Japan, where it is a combination of the nearai bonsai and kusamono planting styles. Kokedama balls are created using a clay-rich soil blend that is covered with moss to help maintain its shape/ act as its case. All the elements used to make Kokedama balls are natural and organic matters. When caring for Kokedama ball plants you’ll need to consider its case- the moss, as well as the plant itself.

Since Kokedama Balls are cased in Moss, avoid hanging your Kokedama in direct sunlight zones of your home. Instead, opt for bright or medium light zones that will not dry out your moss faster.
When feeding (aka fertilizing) your Kokedama, add the fertilizer to the water used to soak the Kokedama. And as with all houseplants, avoid feeding during winter months. Kokedama balls prefer dunking over water-can watering.

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  • Kokedama is a ball of soil, covered with moss, on which an ornamental plant grows
  • The idea has its origins in Japan, where it is a combination of the nearai bonsai and kusamono planting styles
  • Kokedama balls are created using a clay-rich soil blend that is covered with moss to help maintain its shape/ act as its case
  • All the elements used to make Kokedama balls are natural and organic matters
  • When caring for Kokedama ball plants you’ll need to consider its case- the moss, as well as the plant itself
  • Arrives in hanging macrame beaded holder

4"Ball

Step 1: Submerge the moss ball portion of the Kokedama ball into the water. Ensure that the foliage isn’t submerged in the water.

Step 2: Soak your kokedama ball for 1-2 minutes or until the bubbling stops.

Step 3: Gently squeeze the Kokedama Ball for excess water and place it in a colander for another 30 minutes. This step will ensure no dripping.

Step 4: Hang your Kokedama Ball in a medium-light zone in your home and mist your moss every 4-5 days. Remember that moss prefers slight dampness at all times.

Tip: Moss will turn brown if it's under-watered or if it has been overwatered which prevents soil/moss breathability.

Tip: If your Kokedama ball feels light, then it's probably time for watering. (Tip within a Tip: Feel the weight of your Kokedama ball right after you water and a week after you water, this will help you get a better idea of when it's time to water. This same technique can be applied to potted house plants as well!)


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