Moss balls (kokedama)
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The art of Kokedama literally translates from “koke” meaning moss and “dama” meaning ball. It is a form of Japanese garden art that is centuries old and tied into the practice of bonsai. The moss ball can be fixed to a platform or suspended from string with the plant growing out from the moss ball.
Care instructions - soak the moss balls once a week or so and put it back on the plate provided or hang them! When soaking let it sit for at least 1 hour or even over night if that's easier but make sure the ball is nice and heavy when you take it out. If the ball is still heavy after a week you can skip soaking!
Please note: plant size and shape may vary.