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Handcrafted 4-Plant Live Succulent Arrangement in a Coconut Shell | Indoor Plant Gift

Handcrafted 4-Plant Live Succulent Arrangement in a Coconut Shell | Indoor Plant Gift

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Handcrafted 4-Plant Live Succulent Arrangement | Coconut Shell Kokedama  | Indoor Plant Gift | Housewarming Gift | Gifts for Her

This unique live plant arrangement centerpiece has three succulents ( Haworthia , Portulacaria and Crassula) and  one air plant (Spanish Moss) Every part of it is handcrafted from the beginning to the end. It makes a perfect indoor plant arrangement, that is low maintenance and easy to care. It is also a great office desk plant , or patio plant.  The succulents are wrapped in moss ball with cacti soil inside that is called Kokedama. Kokedama is a centuries-old garden form, and it's making a comeback. This Japanese bonsai variety thrives indoors and makes a great hanging accent.  It can grow in the same moss ball for many years. 

It makes a beautiful handmade birthday gift, best friend gift or coworker gift. Free gift wrap and gift message is included with your purchase.

This four plant terrarium includes:

Haworthia coarctata f. baccata
Portulacaria afra (Variegata) - Rainbow Bush
Crassula ovata 'Baby Jade'
Tillandsia usneoides (Spanish Moss)
Finished Half Coconut Shell
Natural Oak Base Plaque

Approximate size: 6 x 5 x 5 in

More about your plants:

Haworthiopsis coarctata f. baccata: Old variety that grows into a tall stack of upright leaves. The green leaves are textured with lots of white bumps. This South African native plant often grows partially shaded in shrubland. It tolerates low light conditions well, but when exposed to full sun it can show red to copper stress colors. Haworthia are able to tolerate low, indoor light, making them excellent houseplants, even for beginners. They are particularly easy to grow and rarely affected by common succulent pests and diseases. Strong, drought-tolerant roots will grow if they have great drainage and infrequent water. Pick deep containers with drainage holes and a gritty, well-draining soil that is 50% to 70% mineral grit (coarse sand, pumice, or perlite). Water deeply enough for water to run out the drainage hole and allow the soil to completely dry before watering again.

Rainbow Bush, Mini Jade, or Elephant Bush (Portulacaria afra f. variegata) (Jacquin): This stemmed succulent is particularly versatile and easy to grow. Plant it outdoors in warm climates and it can grow into a dense, 4.0' tall shrub. Keep it indoors in a small pot and it will stay a petite, bonsai plant. It is native to South Africa and Swaziland where it grows on sunny, rocky slopes. It even has a symbiotic relationship with elephants: elephants eat some of the branches and their trampling aids propagation of new shrubs from stem cuttings.

'Baby Jade' (Crassula ovata) (Druce): A superstar grower whether kept indoors as a potted plant or grown outside as a dense, mounding shrub. Its small, round leaves sprout from thick branches and can flush red at the edges when exposed to direct sun. The species is native to South Africa and Mozambique where it grows en masse on rocky slopes. This cultivar can reach about 12.0" tall, but indoor growing, small pots, and pruning will keep sweet Baby Jade a small, bonsai size. Jade is a forgiving grower and makes a great choice for beginners. Just give it a well-draining soil, bright sun, and protection from hard frost. Eventually, mature, outdoor shrubs do not need irrigation at all. You can even observe C. ovata shrink during drought and swell when rehydrated. Jade reproduces readily from cuttings, but plants also produce dense clusters of white, star-shaped blossoms in the winter.

Spanish moss (Tillandsia usneoides) is not a true moss, but rather an epiphytic flowering plant that often grows upon larger trees in tropical and subtropical climates.

Terrarium Care:

Light :  You can place your terrarium indoors our outdoors. Pick a bright location near a window or artificial light and try not to change.  Do not expose to direct sunlight.
Water: Pick up the kokedama and feel the weight and texture. If it is light and completely dry, place it in a bowl of clean water for 5-10 min. Allow the excess water to drain before putting it back into position. Do not water your terrarium, if it is heavy and damp. 
Fertilizer : Not necessary



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