Ko-Ke-Da-Mah is a Japanese gardening technique that originated from bonsai. The plant is placed into a ball of soil, then covered in moss and secured with string, making it self-contained and doing away with pots all together. It is a minimal plant aesthetic that showcases the plant and its personality.
About Of Soil and Moss
Of Soil and Moss is a plant shop specializing in the art of Kokedama.
I saw a Kokedama once at a Japanese plant shop and was filled with wonder and purchased one. I was obsessed with how this plant was so beautiful yet so simple and minimal. I was so excited about this technique of keeping plants that I decided to Kokedama most of my plants at home. To my surprise they all thrived and are still doing great years later.
I have now been practicing the art of Kokedama for five years and am still just as excited and curious about the process as I was when I first started. I now experiment with different plants, soil composition and moss varieties. Every plant is unique and hand crafted at the studio.
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for a wider variety of kokedama that are not available for shipping.
Here are some of the kokedama you will find at our storefront! Come check out what's new!