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Kokedama is a Japanese garden art where the root ball of the plant hangs inside collected mud with a coating of green moss.
Kokedama is a combination of two Japanese words. Koke implies moss and Dama means ball.
The structure of a Kokedama is such that the soil, which supports the plant is surrounded by moss. These small miniature moss-laden soil pots are beautiful These adorable plants can turn your house environment in a calm setting.
The best part about keeping a Kokedama moss ball inside the office is its low maintenance nature. They also fill the environment with energy and help boost productivity.
Nurserylive gives you access to different kinds of Kokedamas, from hanging ones to tabletop ones. We have pre-built and ready to place Kokedamas in our collection.
The Kokedamas such as Air Purifier Money Plant Moss Ball is a natural air purifier as well.
Even if you live in an apartment that gets a little natural light, you can keep these miniature wonders for home purification and as a decorative piece.
Our expert gardeners prepare Kokedamas that have been made to last longer and thrive in harsh weather conditions.
Browse through Nurserylive’s collection of these Japanese Kokedama wonders and keep your house decorated with greenery, freshness, energy, and serenity.
The easiest way to hang your kokedama is by fixing a hook to a wall or ceiling. You can also hang kokedama along the length of chain or a suspended branch.
Step by step process is given on nurserylive. Checkout its really a fun activity.
Wrap your ball in a layer of sheet moss. Make a thick layer of sheet moss around the ball. As needed wrap twine around the ball. Use a piece as large as you wish taking into account where you intend to hang your kokedama.
Kokedamas are especially beneficial for orchids that require a lot of water but are prone to root rot.
Kokedama is a moss-covered ball of soil in which a beautiful plant develops.
You may notice roots coming through the moss at times but if the plant appears root bound and unhappy simply put the ball twine and all into a container or the ground. You can re-koke it if necessary.