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Kokedama - Chlorophytum Comosum, Spider Plant

Kokedama is a traditional Japanese art form using moss, soil, and twine, to create fun, easy hanging plants. The Kokedama's come with string attached so they can hang. You will receive a care guide, explaining how to water your Kokedama and the best locations for your new plant. These pieces are certainly showstoppers! They're perfect gifts for Weddings, Anniversaries, Housewarming, Mother's Day, Father's Day and birthdays. Chlorophytum Comosum---- Light: Bright, indirect light. Will tolerate some shade; however, this will slow its growth rate and it may lose its stripes. Avoid direct sunlight. Water: Keep well-watered, with moist soil, throughout the growing season. Less water is needed in the winter. As the Kokedama's are premade, they will continue to grow and perhaps look a little different from the photographs taken for this listing. Please bare this in mind :) SHIPPING: Your Kokedama will be packaged securely using recycled materials (cardboard boxes, packing peanuts, bubble wrap etc). Please open your parcel carefully as the plant may have moved during transit. I try to post Wednesday to Friday, so the plant isn't left over the weekend at a depot. Kokedama, Chlorophytum Comosum, Spider Plant, Live Indoor House Plant, Hanging Garden, Gift, Housewarming, Present, Wedding,
£1.00 UK Delivery
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