Anna Allen

Kokedama is a ball of soil, covered with moss, on which an ornamental plant grows. The idea has its origins in Japan. It is eye catching and easy to care for making it perfect for those that do not have a green thumb or those just starting to curate a collection of house plants.

When your kokedama is light in weight, place it in a bowl with a few inches of water and let your kokedama drink up. It'll take up as much as it needs, so you may need to refill that bowl if your kokedama is particularly thirsty. 

Where can you find these beauties? At the farm stand of course!! We hand make each one and stock the farm stand with a variety of kokedama. The one pictured is a miniature peace lily. There will be a variety of other houseplant and succulent kokedama available. Prices range from $15-$25 depending on the variety. 


Do you have a favorite houseplant that you would like to be made as a kokedama? Send us a message!

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