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!
Cacti hold a sunny place. With too much shade the plants get a gray color and fill them. Provide a well-permeable soil that has a neutral to slightly acidic pH (between 6 and 7). The cactus soil that is commercially available meets the requirements. Potting of cacti must only be done if the cactus has become too large in relation to the pot. This must be kind depending on the 3 to 5 years. The best time to patch is spring. Stupid plants are best poured only after 10-14 days because damaged roots need to be repaired.
The optimum temperature is around 25 ° C during the summer. On very sunny days, this temperature can rise to 35 ° C without any problems, making sure that the cactus has enough moisture available. During the winter the plants are at rest and the temperature can fall to 10 ° C. The condition is that the plants must be dry.
Water and fertilizer
Casting is a more difficult thing. A general rule is that the cactus must not be poured until the pot is completely dry (also at the bottom). In winter (October-March) you can not pour because the plants know their rest period. The flocking is done with a commercially available cactus fertilizer which has a low nitrogen content. During the summer it is advisable to fertilize once a month.