Kokedama Learning Center

Kokedama Learning Center

Watering System

Easily water your kokedama with its efficient moss-based system. Submerge 3/4 of the moss ball in potable water, typically twice a month, depending on the plant and temperature. Let the kokedama drain for 20 minutes after submerging before returning it to its plate.

Kokedamas こけだま

Kokedama 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.

Kokedama Making Process

Creating a kokedama, or Japanese moss ball, is a beautifully simple and artistic process.

We choose a plant and carefully remove it from its pot. Then the plant is placed on a moss bed, then surround its roots with a special soil mixture, carefully crafting a ball.

The moss serves both for moisture retention and visual charm. The wrapping, with string, ensures the moss and soil stay in place.

This process not only highlights the elegance of the plant but also introduces a unique, natural element to any space.

Kokedama Tips

Name your Kokedama

Plants do feel, talk to it and make it feel part of your family.

Use clean water

Room temperature potable water (filtered, distilled, purified, bottled)

Also, rainwater, if you're able to collect, it has more oxygen, which promotes plant growth.

Place your kokedama

In a place where you can constantly appreciate the plant, surround it with items you like. Avoid placing it under the AC vent.

Play music to you and your plant

Listen to our Spotify plant playlist and lift your spirit.

Our Kokedamas are meant to connect you with nature more deeply and uniquely.

Click Here to Listen

We offer free support

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

You'll have the best experience owning our kokedamas.

Customer Support

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