Kokedama design is a great way to incorporate your favorite succulents indoors, outdoors, or for a show-stopping element at a party or event. Kokedama also can be useful for propagating all those loose cuttings you have sitting around the house.
Beside above, how long does kokedama last?
How long does it last? It last usually 2 to 3 years as is depend on the plant. When the roots of plants are coming out of mossball, it is a sign to remake it or replant it to bigger place.
Consequently, how do you make homemade kokedama?
How do you care for a kokedama succulent?
Put the finished kokedama in light conditions suitable for the plants you used. Water by putting it in a bowl or bucket of water for three to five minutes, then let it dry. With succulents, the moss ball needs watering less often than you would think.
PLANTS CAN OUTGROW KOKEDAMA- When the plant has grown too big for its kokedama you can trim. Sometimes you might see roots growing through the moss but if the plant looks root bound and unhappy you can simply plant the ball, twine and all, into a pot or the ground. Otherwise you can re-koke it.
A houseplant My favorite plants for kokedama are pothos, philodendron, peace lily, anthurium, dracaena, Norfolk Island pine, and ferns. You can make several kokedama in one session if you like. Potting mix Since the plant will be living in a constricted environment, it is necessary to have good aeration in your soil.
Watering is generally once a week for a small kokedama to 2/3 weeks for large. Succulent type kokedama only approx once per month, they DO NOT like to be kept wet and must be in full sunlight for part or most of the day.