What in the world are those succulent ball things??? Why, it’s a Kokedama Succulent Ball!
These beautiful, colorful, hanging gardens are based on the Japanese tradition of the "Kokedama" or hanging string garden ("koke" meaning moss and "dama" meaning ball), where a plant's root systems are wrapped in spaghnum moss and tied with string. This century-old art comes alive with a twist, using succulents as the plant of choice. Easy to care for and aesthetically pleasing to the eye, Kokedama balls are a perfect accent to the home or office and require little maintenance.
* Make sure you set or hang your ball in a bright, well-lit area that does not get direct sunlight
* If you hang it by a window and live in a colder climate, make sure the ball is not too close to the window
* To water, the ball should be completely dry and light when held
* Place the ball in a normal size serving bowl halfway with lukewarm water for 30 minutes
* After 30 minutes are up, you can place or hang the ball again