Succulent Kokedama Hanging String Gardens, Set of 3
A form of ancient Japanese bonsai, kokedamas (pronounced: ko kay da ma) are plants that are sculpted into hanging gardens by tightly entwining their roots in soil and moss and hand-shaping them into balls. Artisans construct kokedamas using an assortment of succulents, including colorata and gouchii varieties, but succulent type, color, and sizes will vary from set to set. A piece of twine is affixed to each plant, allowing you to hang these living conversation pieces in a window or other well lit area of your home.
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Approx. 3.5" diameter
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Hang in a well lit area with bright, indirect sunlight, and for best results give kokedamas a few hours of direct sunlight every 2-3 days. To water, dip the ball with room temperature water for about 1 minute until you feel the ball is soaked through to the plants roots. Give it a light squeeze to ensure the water reaches the center of the ball and the roots of the plant. This should provide ample water for several weeks; we recommend watering every 2-3 weeks. If you feel the mossy exterior looks dry-remember that moss loves humidity-give it a light mist in between waterings.
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