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What is Kokedama?

Kokedama (pronounced as Ko Kay Da Ma) is a type of Japanese floral art. Koke means “moss”, whereas dama means “ball”. So, it can be translated as “moss ball”. In this traditional floral art, the concept is to grow the plant out of a moss ball. Here, the moss acts as a container for the plant.

This growing technique resembles growing Bonsais in some sense since it involves giving creative shapes to plants for decorative purposes. However, Kokedama, unlike conventional Bonsai, can be enjoyed both indoors and outdoors, depending on the type of plant used.

Although the Kokedama gardening method can be applied with almost any plant, there are some recommended plants such as string of pearls, ferns, pothos, peace lily, etc. String gardens are best for plants that need little root space. There are also some plants to avoid if you would like to apply this centuries old technique, such as cacti, succulents, flowering plants, and ming aralia. Cacti and succulents may appear to be a sound choice, but their loose and sandy soil make it difficult to form the ball you need for your Kokedama set up.

How to Care for Kokedama Plants

You need to water your Kokedama on a weekly basis, up to three times a week. You can use the ball’s weight to decide whether your plant needs watering or not. If the base of your plant weighs lighter, it means that it needs some water. You can use the submersion technique to water your Kokedama, by putting it in a bowl of water with the ball plant side up for around 10-15 minutes. You can also water your Kokedama under the sink. Before hanging it back up, make sure that it is dry. Or you might choose to mist your Kokedama daily. If you see any dead leaves or foliage, make sure to clip them off regularly. As with any plant, observe your plant’s needs and care for it accordingly, such as adjusting its position to ensure it receives sufficient sunlight.

Where to Buy Kokedama

You can design your aspiring string garden while bringing the outdoors in and adding a natural aspect to your home today by exploring the special Kokedama collection by LolaFlora at affordable prices. In addition, our collection consisting of a variety of Kokedama plants include flowers and plants such as guzmania, pachira aquatica, kalanchoe, esparraguera, trunk of Brazil, spathiphyllum, orchids, dracena marginata, and anthurium.

Buy now these decorative Kokedama plants and enjoy their original and elegant beauty. Kokedama plants are also a great and original gift idea. If you are looking for a creative gift idea for a special occasion for your loved ones LolaFlora is the best place for ordering the most originally designed Kokedama flowers online. Just place your online order today at our website and enjoy the perks of convenient services such as same day delivery options or the free shipping service for selected regions.

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