Jade Tree Kokedama by Kojukokedama
Jade Plant is a popular good luck charm in Asia thought to activate financial energies. This beautiful succulent plant has vibrant green leaves that are symbolic of growth and renewal, closely resembling jade coins/stones, symbolic of wealth and prosperity. The Jade plant gives off nourishing “chi” the positive energy.
Kokedama originated in Japan during the Edo Period (1603 - 1868). Translated as 'moss ball' Kokedama consists of wet Akadama soil & Keto (peat), formed into a moss ball then bound with twine.
Kokedama can be set on a surface or hung to create a floating appearance.
Use & Care instructions:
Plant sizes (approx) - smaller 230mm / Tall 360mm
Please note plant sizes may vary due to availability
Kokedama watering instructions are included, feel free to spritz the plant as you would normally.
Jade / Money tree PLANT CARE INFO
One of the most important things when you care for jade plants is to make sure that they are watered properly. Never let a jade plant dry out completely. But also, do not water a jade plant too often, as this can cause root rot.
Don’t water your jade plant on a schedule. Rather, water your jade plant when the top of soil is just dry to the touch. If your jade plant is losing leaves or has leaf spots, this is most commonly caused by too little water.
Jade plant care is easy and simple. Many people enjoy growing jade plants in their homes and offices, and they are considered to be symbols of good luck.
But you do not need to be lucky to learn what the proper care and maintenance of jade plants is.