K O K E D A M A
(ENGLISH: ‘ MOSS-BALL’)
Kokedama is a style of Japanese bonasi art where a plant's root system is wrapped in a sphagnum moss and bound with a string to become a round shape. Kokedama has since progressed from it's traditional art into a new hanging garden trend.
Keeping the trend trendy, we work closely with horticulturist's by selecting decorative indoor and outdoor plants that suit the conditions of Tasmania and create a simple and unique edge on hanging plants. We have many variations of plants to suit any home.
When your Kokedama is crisp dry, place in deep water - plant side up.
Push moss ball down so that it is fully submerged and begins to absorb.
Once bubbling stops, remove and allow access water to drain for 30 minutes before hanging back up.
** Some varieties of plants may require different care.