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Kokedama Learning Center
Here is everything you need to know about your plant in a Kokedama technique!
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 blends intimately promoting health and relaxation.
The moss makes the watering system
simpler by absorbing and draining
It is recommended to submerge 3/4 of the moss ball
in potable water.
The Submerging time is usually twice a month
This depends 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.
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.
We offer free support:
If you see your Kokedama changing, contact us!
we are here to guide you during your experience.