The Japanese word Kokedama roughly translates to Moss Ball. A Kokedama is when the roots and soil of a plant are contained by a layer of moss, in our case Sphagnum Moss, instead of a pot. This creates something not only beautiful but also rustic and natural. A Kokedama is a bit like a peat-pot; the water is absorbed through the moss into the root ball and likewise the roots can through and around the moss. Like a peat-pot you can plant your kokedama, moss and all, into a pot or the ground if it seems to need transplanting or has grown too big. This moss has 2 main features; to contain the soil and to hold moisture around the plant.
Comes as a medium size kokedama, about 15cm across the moss ball.