It is ideal to have a connection with your kokedama. Lift it…once it’s very lightweight, it needs water!!
Small 4": 5 minutes once a week
Big 6": 10 minutes every 2 weeks
Please put a timer
I like to be submerged ¾ of my moss ball, in-room temperature drinkable water (filtered, distilled, purified or if you collect from rain occasionally, I'll thrive) Tap water has high chlorine.
While submerging splash or spray with water my leaves.
If outdoor during Summer and Spring please consider once a week
Then take me out and let the water drain for about 20 minutes in an empty container or the sink.
I might need water more often during Summer and Spring or less often during Winter and Fall.
Always lift me!
Too much exposure to sunlight can cause sunburn on my leaves turning yellow and brown at once.
My brown leaves may be a signal nutrients insufficiency. Please use a good fertilizer for me.
One or two leaves are common to dry off from me because they are getting old. So no panic
Medium to High Indirect Light
The more light I receive, the more I will grow, but never expose me to direct sunlight.
Don’t put me in a dark place all day long nor outside in the sun all day long.
I thrive on humidity, but I can tolerate more dryness. If your humidity level is less than 50%, then consider using a humidifier to increase the level to at least 60%.
Talk to me with much love.
Put music. Kazumi Garden has my favorite songs in their free Spotify Plant Playlist
If below or above, please put me indoor. Do not place me under the A/C vent nor near a TV.
Indoor or Outdoor shaded
Place me indoor with indirect light, the brighter the better or outdoor shaded.
The plate you use for me can’t be tight covering all the moss ball, my ecosystem needs ventilation.
If I catch rain just once a week, I'm fine. Otherwise, I could be overwatered and be damaged.
Once a month.
During the growing season (spring and summer), feed me once a month using liquid fertilizer, mix it in the water and then submerge. If you use too much fertilizer it'll hurt me. Kazumi Garden uses Scotts Super Bloom.