PS Kokedama Asparagus

Kokedama is a Japanese word that, simply translated, means “moss ball”. Sometimes called the “Poor Man’s Bonsai” or “string gardens,” the of art of binding plants into green, mossy orbs dates back centuries to the Edo era in Japan (around 1600 AD).

Caring for these living sculptures varies widely depending on the species of the plant used. Here’s the procedure that we use to water our kokedama, as well as a list of the plant types and species we commonly use to make ours, with the care needed for each plant.

General care: Fern kokedama prefer brighter light and less water than might be expected, though they should not be allowed to dry out completely. Protect from direct sun

Asplenium ‘Bird’s nest fern’: Place in medium to bright indirect light. Water when moss feels dry but not crispy to the touch and soil around base of plant is barely moist.
Asplenium ‘Setaceus’: Place in medium to bright indirect light. Water when moss feels dry but not crispy to the touch and soil around base of plant is barely moist.
Davalia ‘Rabbit’s foot fern’: Place in medium to bright indirect light. Appreciates frequent misting. Water when just moist. Can go dormant when shocked; new fronds will appear from the furry rhizomes as long as the plant is kept moist.

AED 105.00

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