Our stunning little Peperomias are so lush and vibrant, adding a perennial pop of green to your space. Happy in low, medium and bright filtered light positions, these easy care beauties are an ideal addition to any indoor plant collection, and make the perfect gifts!
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Kokedama is roughly the size of an orange.
Comes complete with a coaster, full care instructions and a gift box.
Low, medium and bright filtered light for this versatile fella! Ideally suited to medium and bright positions but are happy enough in low light too. Keep out of direct sun, especially in summer.
Typically water when kokedama has completely dried out. These guys do not like soggy feet, so ensure kokedama is completely dry between watering. Typically every 1-1.5 weeks through summer. In winter, drop back to once every 2-3 weeks.
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HOW TO WATER
Fully submerge your kokedama in a bowl, sink or bucket. You may need to hold it under for a moment! Allow to soak for 10-15 minutes until kokedama feels heavy and full.
It is important to gently squeeze out excess water from the kokedama by pressing between two hands, on the sides towards the base. This will ensure your kokedama does not stay waterlogged which will prevent conditions such as root rot, fungus gnats and mould. As the moss and twine are natural products they are biodegradable and as such, squeezing out the excess water will prevent deterioration, prolonging the life of your kokedama.
While all care has been taken to ensure you receive a healthy and happy plant, the information provided here should be used as a guide only. Every home is different and nobody knows your home as well as you do. Each home environment will vary in sunlight, humidity, temperature and air quality. All of these factors will have an impact on the health and growth of your plant. We recommend doing some research to learn the needs of your plant, and follow those recommendations as best as you can in your home.
Observe your plant, it will soon tell you if it is happy or not!
*Picture shown is indicative only, and may not exactly represent the final product you receive.