You might be asking yourself, "What is a kokedama?" Kokedama translates to "moss ball" in Japanese, and is a traditional form of gardening that's often referred to as "poor man's bonsai". This ancient technique dates back centuries and is still used, today, to create string gardens.
We call this preserved moss color "blonde", as it is yellowish in color, but we also offer a verdant green option. Mix and match colors, or stick with one for a contemporary look. Hang them from strings or place them on saucers to decorate tables, ledges, and platforms. Also available in smaller 6" size.
Whether you're giving this as a gift or decorating your home, these large moss ball planters provide an attractive alternative to boring plant holders. The preserved moss adds a naturally rustic element to any space, and with your favorite orchid or succulent variety planted makes for a modern accent.
Hanging Planter: 6"Dia x 6"H; Opening: 3.5" w/ 14" Chain
Includes: 6" Blonde Moss Ball Planter
Live plants sold separately. Call toll-free to request live plants with your order: 1-800-896-0978