Kokedama translates to “moss ball” and is as much about the artistry of display as it is about a living plant.
To make a Kokedama, a plant and it's root system is transplanted from a pot into a ball of a special soil mix which is then surrounded by a layer of moss and then wrapped with twine or string. Sometimes Kokedamas are fixed to a surface, like a piece of wood, but more often you will see them suspended from string.
We love both versions, they make for stunning centerpieces when grouped together on a table as well.
Check out our Workshops on out Services page if you are interested in learning how to make one or two yourself. We frequently offer Kokedama as well as Terrarium courses.