Kokedama is the Japanese word for moss ball and literally translates from “koke” meaning moss and “dama” meaning ball.
Through step-by-step instructions and clear photographs, Coraleigh Parker shows you how to make a beautiful kokedama by wrapping the roots of a cyclamen in a ball of moss-covered soil.
Kokedama are unique self-contained way of showcasing your plants with no need for a pot!
This project has been taken from Coraleigh Parker's book Hanging Kokedama with kind permission of Quarto Books.
Photography: Larnie Nicolson
Coraleigh Parker is the founder of Pickled Whimsy, a botanical design business in New Zealand. Pickled Whimsy was born out of Coraleigh's love of plants and a desire to see people engaging with plants on a different level. Coraleigh was the pioneer of string gardens in New Zealand and is now leading the industry through its infancy into an exciting new future.