Kokedama is a style of Japanese bonsai in which a plant's root system is wrapped in moss and bound with string, transforming it into a living sculpture.
Loosely translated, koke means 'moss' and dama means 'ball'.
These hanging plants are a strikingly beautiful accent for any room at home.
The Kokedama can be hung up or placed on a saucer.
To water your kokedama you can dunk it into a bowl or sink full of water for a couple about a minute or until the soil is moistened through, every 2-3 weeks or so.
You can then leave it to dry on a saucer and hang it back up when it stops dripping.
You can spray your plants with water once weekly.