KOKEDAMAS こけだま

Where nature meets art

This is an ancient Japanese art created over 1000 years ago that means ball of moss. This technique recreates a unique habitat where nature and art blend intimately promoting health and relaxation.

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  • Watering

    Easy maintenance, Kokedama is a simpler way to water your plant. The moss helps to absorb and to drain the water well.

    Most of our Kokedamas needs water only twice a month!

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  • Free Support

    We are here to guide you during the care, no more dead plants!

    You'll have the best experience owning our kokedamas.

    Assistance 
  • The Ideal Gift (or selftreat)

    Kokedamas make the perfect gift!

    Nature by itself, less plastic, no pots. Also, it's handmade with love.

    We ship Nation Wide with the best shipping rates.

    Buy Gifts under $50 
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FAQ's

How often should I submerge my Kokedama?

On the back of the tag we provide instructions on your first submerging and how often you have to do it after that.

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How to submerge the Kokedama?

The moss makes the watering system simpler by absorbing and draining very well.

It is recommended to submerge at least 1/2 of the moss ball in potable water. The submerging time could be from 5 to 15 minutes every one, two, three or even four weeks, depending on the type of plant and the temperature.  

After the kokedama is submerged, it has to drain for 20 minutes. Then it is put back onto the plate.

Check the Kokedama Learning Center for more information

How long does a Kokedama Last?

The Moss Ball Kokedamas have a life span of up to three years, depending on the care you provide to it and how fast the plant grows. After that period of time, you can bring it back to us for a moss re-do, or transplant it to a pot by removing the moss. 

The plant can live many years more with the proper care.

To read more about the best tips to preserve your Kokedama for longer click here.

Can I return my Kokedama?

Yes, only if the Kokedama doesn't arrives well from the shipping transit. All you have to do is:

1. Take a picture

2. Save the box in case of returns.

3. Fill out this form and attach the pictures taken.

Visit our Home Display

We work by appointment since it's a small display and we only receive one customer at a time.

Come and get your Kokedama!

Book Now

Visit our Home Display

We work by appointment since it's a small display and we only receive one customer at a time.

Come and get your Kokedama!

Book Now

Our Story

We make art through nature, bringing a more natural and artistic way to display plants.
 

Mercedes, one of the founders, went to Japan to visit her daughter, and her passion for plants made her fall in love with the ancient Kokedama technique, so she started doing it as a hobby here in the United States...

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