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Kodama Forest

Caladium Frieda Hemple Kokedama - Moss ball, Brilliant red, heart-shaped foliage!

Caladium Frieda Hemple Kokedama - Moss ball, Brilliant red, heart-shaped foliage!

Regular price $40.00 USD
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This is a live Caladium Frieda Hemple that is potted in a proper mixture of soil and moss to help in growth and plant life. Brilliant red, heart-shaped foliage is edged with soft green and makes a wonderful addition to your room.

Kokedama (Ko Kay Da Ma) is an arranged plant that grows from a ball of covered soil moss. Moss will keep moisture the soil and plant will be green and healthy.

I wish that every owner enjoy and maintain the peaceful mind and energy that this small forest spirit ball produces.

Size 4.5 x 4.5 x 16 inch tall (It is growing, it may be taller than this, you can cut and arrange as you like.)

Please be careful not to leave the package outside for long time. They are live plants.

After you receive your Kokedama package:
1 ) Take out from the package immediately.
2 ) Dip the moss ball into bowl of water and let it soak for 10~20 minutes. (You do not want to dip plant section, only moss part.)
3 ) Squeeze out all excess water from the moss ball, you may want to leave it on a dry container for couple of minutes to prevent any dripping water.
4 ) Now, enjoy your Kokedama bonsai in any style of your creation ; Sitting straight on a clay saucer, Yoga posing on a stick, Hanging down on a thread, etc.

Handling and shipping policy:
Ship your order by USPS First Class Mail with a tracking ID. Each Kokedama order, it is required for an overnight prep, pruning, trimming, and fertilizing to get it ready for a trip. Please be careful not to leave your Kokedama package outside in the cold weather. "They are live plants."
This plant is especiall need attention for heat therefore I recommend to order by monday~wedenday and I can ship out next monday.

How to take care of your Kokedama :
1) Place it under the filtered sun.
2) Dip the moss ball into bowl of water 5~10 minutes when moss is start to dry. (Depending on the area) or spray water to the moss ball part to keep it moist but not soggy.
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