We're Moving to a New Property!

We are thrilled to announce that we are moving from Pembroke Pines to a brand new location that will be the home of our beloved Kokedamas for years to come! To celebrate our move and to make the transition as light as possible, we're offering 50% off on our "Perfectly Imperfect" collection and 20% off on all other items on our website.

50% OFF | "Perfectly Imperfect"

These kokedamas are the botanical buddies who have been 'single and mingling' in our nursery, waiting for that special someone to settle down with. Swipe right on these greens, and let's make a match that's meant to be!
The discount will be applied automatically at checkout.

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  • Watering

    Simplify your plant care with Kokedamas - the easy maintenance solution!

    Our Kokedama's moss helps efficiently absorb and drain water, reducing the need for frequent watering. With usually two waterings required per month, Kokedama makes plant care effortless.

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  • Free Support

    Say goodbye to plant care frustration and hello to thriving greenery with our kokedamas! We're here to provide you with all the guidance and support you need to keep your plants healthy and thriving. Owning a kokedama from us promises to be a delightful and rewarding experience.

  • The Ideal Gift (or selftreat)

    Kokedamas make a beautiful, eco-friendly choice for a gift. Plus, our love and care goes into every kokedama we make. We offer nationwide shipping with the best rates to ensure your gift arrives in great condition.

    Buy Gifts under $50 
  • Wide selection of plants

    Find the perfect plant for your space with our diverse selection of kokedamas. Made with only the highest-quality materials, you can trust in the longevity and beauty of your new addition. Browse our wide range of options and choose the kokedama that best fits your style and space.

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  • Our Return Policy

    Communication is key. For online orders, contact us within 3 days with pictures of the damaged plant due to shipping for a full or partial refund, exchange, or keep with a 50% refund. Free support provided.

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How often should I submerge my Kokedama?

Watering frequency for your kokedama can vary based on the specific plant. As a general rule, most kokedamas only need to be watered twice a month. Our care instructions, located on the back of each tag, provide step-by-step guidance for the initial submerging process and recommended watering schedule. Keep your kokedama healthy and thriving with the help of our tips.

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How to submerge the Kokedama?

To keep your plant healthy, we recommend submerging at least 3/4 of the moss ball in potable water for 5 to 15 minutes every 1-4 weeks, depending on the plant type and temperature. After submerging, be sure to let your kokedama drain for 20 minutes before returning it to its 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

Get a private shopping experience at our appointment-only kokedama display. Book now and take home your kokedama.

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Visit our Home Display

Get a private shopping experience at our appointment-only kokedama display. Book now and take home your kokedama.

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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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