Kokedamas (Small $20, Medium $25, Large $35)
Kokedamas are made in Melbourne by Ana Soares. A kokedama is a ball of soil, covered with moss on which an ornamental plant grows. Our Plants came from our local Nursery @bottanicacollectiveau:
Our Kokedamas have :
1. Ornamental Plant
2. Bonsail Soil
3. Peat Moss
4. Sphagnum Moss
5. Indoors Plant food by @theplantrunner
6.Neem Oil in the foliage.
Watering Procedure: Soaking. Depending on the size of your kokedama, fill a bowl, bucket or sink with room temperature water. Place your kokedama in the water, plant side up. Push the moss ball down so that it is fully submerged and begins to absorb water. Allow to soak for 10-25 minutes, or until fully saturated with water. Remove the kokedama from the water, and gently squeeze the moss ball to allow excess water to drain. Allow the kokedama to drip dry in a colander before replacing it to its given home.FeedingDuring spring and summer, fertilize your kokedama monthly with a liquid indoor plant fertilizer at 1/2 the recommended concentration. Simply mix the fertilizer into the water and soak as usual. Leaf BrowningKokedamas are susceptible to over- and under-watering just like any other potted plant. Leave browning and crisping around edges tends to indicate under-watering. A brown "mushiness" of the leaves or stems, black stems at the base, and leaf-yellowing tends to indicate over-watering. Remember; all plants require less water during dormancy (in fall in winter,) and more during periods of active growth (in spring and summer).