I made my own Kokedama

Mum and I had fun making our own Kokedama following instructions.

Kokedama translates in Japanese to moss ball. It’s a plant wrapped in moss & held together with string.

The Epipremnum Marble Queen Kokedama likes to be indoors in indirect light and is suitable to bathrooms. It’s placed on a recycled coaster up high to allow for it to grow downwards.

It needs watering when it feels light. Place in a bowl or bucket of water until the whole moss ball is submerged and leave it to soak. Remove and squeeze out remaining water. Return to its display.

A kokedama plant can be potted. Cut the string, remove the moss and replant into a pot.

Left is bare root mint cutting and right is a Epipremnum Marble Queen PHOTO: Heather

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