We make kokedamas by hand, a Japanese technique meaning ball of soil wrapped in moss making any ornamental plant pot-less. Because each kokedama are shaped by hand; this is where our uniqueness stands out from any other kokedama maker. We're the best in the market!
How We Learned
Mercedes took a trip to Japan to visit her daughter where she saw the technique,fell in love as her passion was always indoor plants and got certified in Nagoya, Japan
What We've Become
We've become more than a business as this has made us more united and stronger as a family bringing you all our love and dedication into each and every single kokedama
Way easier to maintain than a pot. The moss absorbs the water & humidity needed for the plant, making it the best drainage system. Also, the moss moistens the air so it's good for the skin. Most importantly, having a kokedama brightens your day and helps the environment!
Chosen with the help of our granddaughter from Japan, Kazumi means beauty and peace in Japanese and this is exactly what our kokedamas bring to the world. A piece of us made with love and care to you
What You Have To Do
Continue the love by naming your kokedama, putting music and talking to it as they do feel the energy we transmit. So, have a connection with your kokedama by lifting it. Once it's very lightweight, it needs water!
How To Submerge
Deep 3/4 of moss ball and let it absorb water for 5-15 minutes, depending on the plant.
Any concerns or questions, we're here to help. This is our passion and our art, so we care and want you to have the best experience with your chosen kokedama!
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