Plant Presents


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 page if you are interested in learning how to make one or two yourself. We frequently offer Kokedama as well as Terrarium courses.