Kokodama is 100% Fair Trade. Made in Sri Lanka and a portion of the profits go to local projects to give schoolchildren a better future.
Kokodama fit into any environment, both indoors and outdoors. The kokodama plants can hang up or put down, in the house or outside on the terrace. There is already a nice assortment available in many colors and varieties.
Cacti like a sunny spot, When the plants get too much shade a gray color and filleting them. Care for a readily permeable soil, which has a neutral to slightly acidic pH (between 6 and 7). Cactus land available commercially meets the requirements. Repotting cactus should only happen if the cactus has become too large in relation to the pot. This should sort depended upon to occur every 3 to 5 years. The best time to repot is spring. Verpotte plants pour the best after 10 to 14 days because of damaged roots have yet to recover some.
The optimum temperature is around 25 ° C during the summer. When really sunny days the temperature may reach 35 ° C without any problems occur, will then be sufficient moisture for the cactus has available. During the winter the plants are at rest and the temperature can drop to 10 ° C. The condition is that the plants should be dry.
Water and fertilizer
The casting is a more difficult matter. A general rule is that the cactus has to pour until the root ball is completely dry (also below). In winter (October to March), one should not pour because the plants then have their rest. The adding fertilizer is done with a cactus fertilizer available in trade which has a low nitrogen content. During the summer it is advisable to fertilize one time per month.