Kokedama is a very ornate Japanese plant art. Loosely translated, ‘koke’ means moss and ‘dama’ means ball. The plant's roots are encased in a ball of moss and then wrapped tightly with colourful string. Plant choices can vary from succulents, orchids, grasses, ferns, houseplants, citrus, herbs, annuals, perennials or even bulbs. Kokadama can hang indoors and out, be placed in a bowl, or displayed on some other decorative object. Group your Kokedama together for a dramatic display.