Peperomia 'Glabella' Kokedama
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Peperomia glabella, cubensis
Native to the West Indies and South America, this is a hardy trailing plant that grows in warm conditions and enjoys ample water. Wild in nature it grows as an epiphyte on trees and ground cover on the forest floor.
Kokedamas are an ancient form of Japanese Bonsai that dates to around 1600 AD. These living planters are made with moss, soil, twine, and a plant. They have a sunny disposition and are low maintenance.
Kokedama plants come with a Tray for Basic Planter, Grey Patina. They also pair well with our Wrought Iron Planter Stand in Small, sold separately here.
Please note that the plants you receive may be smaller and less mature than the ones photographed. They will be eager for growth in their new home!
*Note: These will be shipped directly to you from our grower within 7-10 days; any other Bloomist purchases will be shipped separately. All orders will be shipped via UPS or USPS generally on Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday and Saturday, and only in the Continental US (except for Hawaii). Not available for shipping to California.
Live plants are shipped on a weather-permitting basis. If the forecast calls for cold temperatures along the shipping route, we'll hold your plant for the minimum number of days required to ship it safely. Temperature swings in shipping can sometimes cause a temporary shock to a plant causing one or two leaves to yellow. This does not impact the health of the plant. Simply remove the leaves and care for the plant as directed.
|Prefers medium-to-low direct sunlight.|
|Grows well in 65F - 75F temperatures.|
Material: Plant, wrapped in moss, with Small Grey Patina Tray
Dimensions: approx. 8" - 12"H
PRODUCT CODE: 92413822
All Kokedamas are non-returnable / non-refundable/ not eligible for discounts.
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Peperomia 'Glabella' Kokedama.
This Kokedama joined several others that I have ordered from Bloomist. As always, it is beautifully composed and healthy. A wonderful addition!
Hello Beth, thanks for sharing this with us! Enjoy your collection of Kokedama plants!
It look a while to arrive - but worth the wait. Lovely. Fresh and at it’s peak. I want more!
I do love this plant. It is very pretty and unique. I did have a problem getting the watering correct and lost a lot of leaves in the beginning. It seems to have stabilized now. My only complaint is that it smells damp and moldy to me. Probably not a problem if you're not sitting very close to it, but the best place for mine is right behind my head on the sofa table and I can really smell it.
The sweetest little plant
Is been alive and thriving in my kitchen for many months and all it needs is an immersion in water for 15 minutes about once a week. I as so happy with the Kokedama planting technique that I ordered a second one, a ficus, and I love that one too.