Kokedama is an crafted Japanese Hanging Moss Ball. It is a truly unique way of displaying your favorite plants and creating an indoor plant feature.
About Sansevieria moss ball can remove harmful toxins from air.Sansevieria moss ball can be placed indoor in low light area.It is very easy to maintain.Caring
Caring of Kokedama includes soaking or misting.SoakingWhen leaves show signs of wilting, or when the soil at the base of the plant is is lightly dry soak the Sansevieria kokedama.Depending on the size of your Sansevieria kokedama fill a bowl or bucket with room temperature water. Submerge your Sansevieria kokedama in the water with the plant side up.Allow to soak for 8-10 minutes or until fully saturated with water.Reduce the soaking time during winter and rainy season.Remove Sansevieria kokedama from water and gently squeeze the moss ball to allow excess water to drain.Place the Sansevieria kokedama in its place and enjoy its beauty.MistingInstead of soaking you can also mist your Sansevieria kokedama to provide water to it.Use a bottle that casts a fine mist and spray on the Sansevieria kokedama.Take care to mist in the morning when the light is gentle so that the plant is not burned.Misting should be done more frequently than soaking.FertigationDuring spring and summer, fertilize your Sansevieria kokedama monthly with water soluble organic fertilizers.For fertigation simply mix any water soluble organic fertilizer in bowl or bucket during regular watering of Sansevieria kokedama and soak it as usual.Planting environmentPlace the Sansevieria kokedama in well lit area but away from direct sunlight.Keep the Sansevieria kokedama away from the place with cold and hot winds.Use room temperature water for Sansevieria kokedama.Do not expose Sansevieria kokedama in cold temperature less than 10 degrees C.
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Kokedama is a ball of soil, covered with moss, on which an ornamental plant grows. The name comes from the Japanese, koke meaning moss and dama meaning ball. Kokedama sometimes called string garden, each piece can sit in a shallow dish or hang with the attached thread, making them lovely additions to any window or tabletop.
The Kokedama collection celebrates simplicity and the integrity of natural materials and processes. Its clever design means that layers of soil, moss and thread not only create a self contained vessel for the plant to grow but a living sculptural object.