MAINTENANCE AND CARE
Please allow 4-5 hours of window sun everyday and add no more than 1/4 cup of water once a week.
Indirect light is best. Soak your airplant in a bowl of water (rain water is best) for 10-15 minutes once a week. Do not let water sit in the core of the airplant as this may cause it to rot and check the temperature of the water to make sure it is not too warm or hot. Gently shake your airplant after watering to remove water from the center or allow the water to drain by placing it upside down on a paper towel. In between weekly soaking, mist your airplant as needed every few days.
Small Vertical Garden:
Please allow 4-5 hours of sun everyday and add 1 cup of water once a week. Lay your vertical garden on a table for atleast an hour after adding water to allow it to soak throughout the soil. Remove any dead leaves as regular upkeep. Some reindeer moss may fall but simply tuck them back into the vertical garden. If your reindeer moss it stiff, soften it by soaking in water then place it to cover any open areas of the vertical garden. Reindeer moss is simply decorative and is not living. Your vertical garden should thrive with regular watering and plenty of sun. Please feel free to call us when your succulent are too large for your garden and we can help you through the trimming process.
Congratulations on your new Kokedama!
What works best for us? For best results place your new Kokedama in a bowl of water for 5 minutes. Gently squeeze your Kokedama removing excess water and place in a partially sunny spot. Repeat this every week and your Kokedama will thrive.
Hang your globarrariums in an area with 4-5 hours of sun. Window sun is the best option. Water once a week or until soil looks dry.
-Small globarrariums need up to 5 tablespoons of water
-Medium globarrariums need up to 1/4 cup of water
-Large globarrariums need up to 1/2 cup of water
*Do not over water. If your globarrarium still has moisture after 1 week wait until soil looks dry before your next watering.