The Kokodama is a handmade sphere made from natural coconut fibers. The inspiration for this concept lies in Japanese bonsai technique (kokedama) to process plants in moss spheres. With its natural appearance and materials, the Kokodama is a counterpart to the usual plastic hang pot.
Create your own piece of nature by varying with different sizes and plants. The Kokodama is very trendy and combines well in every decor.
Note: the plants are sold per piece, you get one of the 8 species. At the moment, a choice is not yet possible because our supplier sends a random plant depending on availability.
We guarantee that you will have a nice plant!
Bromelia is equally charismatic and excelled as her name. The kind of houseplants that randomly raise questions about how nature can produce such a strange thoroughfare and provoke it to feel as if it is not really plastic.
That's not it: Bromelia is a pure natural voyage, from which a rosette of ribbon-shaped leaves grows a stem with red, pink, yellow or orange bracts with yellow-white flowers. Due to its rich offer in colors, the plant is an ideal flavor in neutral interiors: with a few specimens you fit the whole atmosphere in a room. Bromelia is also a sustainable planting plant that continues to flourish for up to three months. Solo or as a group together: the happy trumpets get home in the summer!
Ticket to the Tropics
In the wild, Bromelia grows in the tropical rainforests of South America. The plant is from the large, tropical family Bromelia, which has 2,800 different portraits. Bromelia is the kind of plant with which people show who they are: not exactly a wall flower, but a striking roommate, who is very easy to get around and still knows how to make an impression.
Location: From the sun, in a warm, damp place: kitchens and bathrooms are ideal.
Temperature: Minimum 18 ºC, preferably slightly warmer.
Care: Bromelia thrives on mild neglect: pour a little water into the rosette during flowering, but avoid a foot bath.
Source: Flower agency Holland