Kokedamas

Devils Ivy Kokedama
Keep in a bright filtered light, no direct sunlight
Ideal temperature 15c—29c
Don’t allow soil to completely dry
Hold ball and water when moss is dry and ball feels light
Submerge ball in a bucket of water for 10 minutes
Alternate watering schedule by pouring water down the centre instead of submerging
Yellow leaves = insufficient light, too wet
Liquid fertilize to speed up growth
Poisonous if consumed
Calathea Kokedama
Requires a filtered light position
Indoor temperatures
Hold ball, water when moss is dry and ball feels light
Keep moist, water when leaves are curled over
Submerge ball in a bucket of water for 10 minutes
Squeeze off excess water
Remove and dead leaves
Alternate watering schedule by pouring water down the centre instead of submerging.
Monstera Kokedama
Keep in a bright filtered light indoor position
Temperature no less than 10c.
Hold ball, water when moss is dry and ball feels light
Submerge ball in a bucket of water for 10 minutes
Squeeze off excess water
Alternate watering schedule by pouring water down the centre instead of submerging.
Keep on the drier side in winter
Remove and dead leaves
Peace Lily Kokedama
Requires indoor, filtered light position
Will flower in low light conditions
Prefers a humid atmosphere, bathrooms ideal
Hold ball, water when moss is dry and ball feels light
Submerge ball in a bucket of water for 10 minutes
Squeeze off excess water
Allow ball to dry out between waterings.
Alternate watering schedule by pouring water down the centre instead of submerging.
Rabbits Foot Fern Kokedama
Keep in a bright filtered light indoor position
Temperature no less than 10c.
Hold ball, water when moss is dry and ball feels light
Submerge ball in a bucket of water for 10 minutes
Squeeze off excess water
Alternate watering schedule by pouring water down the centre instead of submerging.
Keep on the drier side in winter
Enjoy watching the hairy rabbits feet grow and encase the ball
Hoya Australis Kokedama
Bright filtered indoor light conditions.
Does not like to be too wet, allow to dry out.
Hold ball, water when moss is dry and ball feels light
Submerge ball in a bucket of water for 10 minutes
Squeeze off excess water
Alternate watering schedule by pouring water down the top and not submerging, soak every 2nd time.
Wipe dust off leaves with damp cloth.
Happy Plant Kokedama
Dappled outdoor shade or filtered indoor light.
Hold ball, water when moss is dry and ball feels light
Submerge ball in a bucket of water for 10 minutes
Squeeze off excess water
Alternate watering schedule but pouring water down the top and not submerging, soak every 2nd time.
Keep moist during warm weather
Wipe dust off leaves with damp cloth.
Ficus Elastica Tinike Kokedama
Keep in a bright filtered light indoor position
Temperature no less than 10c.
Hold ball, water when moss is dry and ball feels light
Submerge ball in a bucket of water for 10 minutes
Squeeze off excess water
Allow ball to dry out between waterings
Alternate watering schedule by pouring water down the centre instead of submerging.
Keep on the drier side in winter
Remove and dead leaves
Spider Kokedama
Requires protected sunny position
Indoors or outdoors
Hold ball, water when moss is dry and ball feels light
Submerge ball in a bucket of water for 10 minutes
Squeeze off excess water
Alternate watering schedule by pouring water down the centre instead of submerging.
Allow ball to dry out between waterings
Zanzibar Gem Kokedama
Filtered indoor light or low light conditions.
Hold ball, water when moss is dry and ball feels light
Submerge ball in a bucket of water for 10 minutes
Squeeze off excess water
Alternate watering schedule by pouring water down the top and not submerging, soak every 2nd time.
Will handle neglect and prefers to be dry.
Wipe dust off leaves with damp cloth.
Pot Belly Fig Kokedama
Keep in a low light indoor position
Hold ball, water when moss is dry and ball feels light
Submerge ball in a bucket of water for 10 minutes
Alternate watering by pouring water down the top
Squeeze off excess water
Alternate watering schedule by pouring water down the centre instead of submerging.
Keep on the drier side in winter
Trim leaves to keep a compact bonsai shape
Ctenanthe Kokedama
Requires a filtered light position
Indoor temperatures
Hold ball, water when moss is dry and ball feels light
Keep moist, water when leaves are curled over
Submerge ball in a bucket of water for 10 minutes
Squeeze off excess water.
Remove and dead leaves
Alternate watering schedule by pouring water down the centre instead of submerging.
String of Pearls Kokedama
Keep in a bright but filtered light position
Hold ball, water when moss is dry and ball feels light
Submerge ball in a bucket of water for 10 minutes
Squeeze off excess water
Alternate watering schedule by pouring water down the centre instead of submerging.
Keep on the drier side in winter
Trim strands if pearls are no longer plump
Protect from frost
Kalanchoe Kokedama
Requires full sun to part shade lighting.
Water approx 2 weekly in winter and weekly in summer
Hold ball, water when moss is dry and ball feels light
Submerge ball in a bucket of water for 5 minutes
Squeeze off excess water, Keep on the drier side in winter
Alternate watering schedule by pouring water down the centre instead of submerging.
Winter flowering, trim back over summer
Sensitive to frost, add liquid fertilizer to every 3rd watering during new growth periods
Crispy Wave Birds Nest Fern Kokedama
Keep in a bright filtered light indoor position
Temperature no less than 13c.
Hold ball, water when moss is dry and ball feels light
Submerge ball in a bucket of water for 10 minutes
Squeeze off excess water
Alternate watering schedule by pouring water down the centre instead of submerging.
Orchid Kokedama
Keep in a bright filtered light indoor position
Temperature no less than 10c.
Hold ball, water when moss is dry and ball feels light
Submerge ball in a bucket of water for 10 minutes
Squeeze off excess water
Alternate watering schedule by pouring water down the centre instead of submerging.
Apply liquid fertiliser directly into centre when a new spike appears
Cut spike at base when flowers die
Remove and dead leaves and flowers
Orchid Kokedama
Keep in a bright filtered light indoor position
Temperature no less than 10c.
Hold ball, water when moss is dry and ball feels light
Submerge ball in a bucket of water for 10 minutes
Squeeze off excess water
Alternate watering schedule by pouring water down the centre instead of submerging.
Apply liquid fertiliser directly into centre when a new spike appears
Cut spike at base when flowers die
Remove and dead leaves and flowers
Parlour Palm Kokedama
Keep in a bright filtered light indoor position
Temperature no less than 10c.
Hold ball, water when moss is dry and ball feels light
Submerge ball in a bucket of water for 10 minutes
Squeeze off excess water
Alternate watering schedule by pouring water down the centre instead of submerging.
Keep on the drier side in winter
Remove and dead leaves
Chinese Money Plant Kokedama
Requires a bright/indirect light position, Indoors
Hold ball, water when moss is dry and ball feels light
Submerge ball in a bucket of water for 10 minutes
Squeeze off excess water
Alternate watering schedule by pouring water down the centre instead of submerging.
Rotate plant once a week so leaves evenly grow
Wipe down leaves to remove dust
Helix Ivy Kokedama
Requires part shade position or filtered light position
Indoors or outdoors (in warmer months)
Hold ball, water when moss is dry and ball feels light
Submerge ball in a bucket of water for 10 minutes
Squeeze off excess water
Alternate watering schedule by pouring water down the centre instead of submerging.
Keep on the drier side in winter
Prune at any time of year to desired length
Trim to maintain compact shape
Philodendron Thai Congo Kokedama
Position in a full sun to part shade indoor position
Temperature no less than 10c.
Hold ball, water when moss is dry and ball feels light
Submerge ball in a bucket of water for 10 minutes
Squeeze off excess water
Keep on the drier side in winter
Alternate watering schedule by pouring water down the centre instead of submerging.
Remove and dead leaves
Harmful if eaten/skin irritant
Bromeliad  Kokedama
Keep in a bright indirect light indoor or outdoor position. Protect from frost
Hold ball, water when moss is dry and ball feels light.
Submerge ball in a bucket of water for 10 minutes
Squeeze off excess water
Fill fresh water into the central tank of plant every few weeks. Allow ball to dry out between waterings to avoid root rot.
Alternate watering schedule by pouring water down the centre instead of submerging.
Remove and dead leaves and flowers.
Bromeliad Kokedama
Keep in a bright indirect light indoor or outdoor position. Protect from frost
Hold ball, water when moss is dry and ball feels light.
Submerge ball in a bucket of water for 10 minutes
Squeeze off excess water
Fill fresh water into the central tank of plant every few weeks. Allow ball to dry out between waterings to avoid root rot.
Alternate watering schedule by pouring water down the centre instead of submerging.
Remove and dead leaves and flowers.
Chain of Hearts Kokedama
Can thrive in indoor or outdoor conditions above 15c.
Hold ball, water when moss is dry and ball feels light
Submerge ball in a bucket of water for 5 minutes
Squeeze off excess water
Wrap strings at top of plant to create a thicker growth
Alternate watering schedule by pouring water down the centre instead of submerging.
Keep on the drier side in winter
Remove and dead leaves
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Ficus Elastica Tinike Kokedama

Keep in a bright filtered light indoor position Temperature no less than 10c. Hold ball, water when moss is dry and ball feels light Submerge ball in a bucket of water for 10 minutes Squeeze off excess water Allow ball to dry out between waterings Alternate watering schedule by pouring water down the centre instead of submerging. Keep on the drier side in winter Remove and dead leaves