Kokedamais a special way of growing plants, literally translated "moss ball", originating from Japan. Kokedama consists of a plant, a special substrate ( black clayketotsuchi ), other components ( Akadama, zeolite, pumice, sand and peat ) are additionally mixed into the clay. From these materials, a suitable plant is perfectly wrapped in a "ball" and the whole is covered with moss. Traditionally, kokedams are hung on string, macrame or placed on wet pebbles or other material.
Caring for a kokedama
We take care of each kokedama according to the type of plant we have in it. Kokedamuwater with boiled/boiled waterapproximately once a week. Kokedama is bothered by chlorine, we do not recommend water directly from the tap. Just place the kokedama in water for a few minutes, let it drain and hang it up again. You can tell if it needs to be watered by the weight of the kokedama and also by how dry your moss ball is.You canmoss balldew to keep the moss bale still moist. Kokedama is not recommended to be placed in direct sunlight.
Hi Kerriis an unpretentious climbing succulent plant native to East Asia. Its long stems are decorated with fleshy, shiny and dark green heart-shaped leaves. The green heart is a planted Hoya kerrii leaf, which will remain in this form for a long time, if not forever. If you grow it, it can bloom with orange flowers that are slightly fragrant.
Difficulty:For beginners Cleans the air: Yes Pet Friendly: No
Approximate height of the kokedama:13 cm Diameter of kokedama:Ø 8 cm Package contents:Kokedama, ready-made macrame for hanging
Overwatering: Too much water can cause leaf drop. Irregular watering: The plant does not bloom due to irregular and insufficient watering. Direct light: Direct (especially midday) light can burn the leaves and create spots on them. Dark habitat: With a lack of light, the plant's flowers may drop. Change of habitat: During flowering, waxwort is sensitive to changes in habitat, to which it may respond by dropping flowers.
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