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Rare Lady Slipper Orchid Kokedama

An uncommon gift for the person who has an elevated style aesthetic and loves getting something cool & interesting.   Our stunning & rare Lady Slipper Orchid also known as Paphiopedilum.  A perfect choice for someone who has it all and appreciates the simplicity of nature. 


THE FLOWER PEOPLE artists have wrapped the roots in the japanese style of Kokedama which leaves the plant potless.  The entire plant needs a gentle misting when dry and the living moss ball to be soaked every week or so.  


The orchid is presented on a ceramic footed tray.


Approximate height 25-35cm

Colours will be dependent on what is blooming at the time of ordering.  Please trust us it will be beautiful, but if you have a preference please add in the notes section.


You can add one of our gorgeous scented candles to enhance your gift.





Rare Lady Slipper Orchid Kokedama

  • With simple directions below, you will learn what your plant needs, every environment is different, so please adjust to your surroundings

    Place your Kokedama ball in a well lit but out of direct sunlight location.  

    The moss ball should feel lightly moist but not too wet, you want to avoid mold so make sure it is not stagnating.  it should be in a well ventilated area for airflow

    Watering your Kokedama plant:

    Most kokedama appreciate a good misting every 3-6 days, in addition to soaking (see below). Use a bottle that casts a fine mist and spray on and around plant foliage and moss.

    Soaking once every 10-14 days:  fill a bowl or bucket  with room temperature water.

    Place your kokedama in the water, orchid side up and let is sit until it begins to absorb water. Allow to soak for 10-20 minutes, or until fully saturated.  

    Remove kokedama from the water, and gently squeeze the moss ball to allow excess water to drain, we have added stones in the bottom for balance, so be very gentle. Allow kokedama to drip dry in a colander before replacing it on the container.

    Your plant should be very happy with the care you give and bring you joy for 3 - 9 weeks or longer.

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