Any small area of your home is the best place for this plant and eco-friendly pot set!
The beautiful Sedum Makinoi Tornado succulent, of small glossy light and dark green leaves and red stems, combined with a biodegradable coconut fibre bowl and a matching hanging rope are the perfect combo to create a green hanging jungle anywhere at home.
Our eco-friendly Kokodama bowls are made in Sri Lanka in collaboration with local communities, every bowl sold will help projects that give school children a better future, and they are an eco alternative to displaying the most beautiful plants at home.
But what is the correct spelling?
Kokedama: A Japanese tradition, they are bowls made with moss on which the plant grows.
Kokodama: Our Kokodamas are based on the Japanese tradition but made with coconut fibre, hence the slight variation on their name!
Key Benefits — Concentration and Relaxation!
Studies have shown that tasks performed under the soothing presence of houseplants are performed with more accuracy and quality.
Having green plants at home reminds us of our natural state which was originally surrounded by nature, this helps reduce stress and feel more relaxed, secure and happy!
Plant Care Tips: Sedum Makinoi Tornado
- Place your Sedum Tornado in a bright area, it will thrive if it receives full sun at least 6 hours of the day.
- They are drought tolerant but still need some hydration. Let the soil dry between waterings and let the water drain.
- Make sure to remove the plant from your Kokodama before watering and place it back once the water is not dripping from the container.
- Feeding is not completely necessary if the plant is receiving the correct care, but an organic fertiliser in the growing season can provide an extra boost.
- Leaf cuttings can be easily propagated during the warmer months in water or soil
The Sedum Makinoi Tornado Story
The Sedum Makinoi Tornado is also known as Sedum 'Tundra' Tornado.
Where is it from?
The plant grows naturally in Costa Rica
Who is the Sedum Makinoi Tornado?
- Sedum is a large genus of succulents and it was described by Carl Linnaeus in 1753 with about 500 species and 32 genera.
- Sedums are sometimes called 'Stonecrops' because some gardeners joke that only stones need more care to live longer!
Good For You!
Broader Perspective: Living plants help you feel like a part of the greater ecosystem and give you a sense of perspective.
Is The Sedum Makinoi Tornado The Right Plant For Me?
The Sedum Makinoi is a resistant plant that can tolerate if you unintentionally forget to water it and it looks beautiful as a hanging plant.
If you have little or no time to care for plants but still want a little bit of nature in your home, it is a perfect choice.
How tall does it grow? It grows up to around 15 cm tall
The perfect plant and eco-friendly pot combo for beginners! Get your Sedum Makinoi Tornado Kokodama today!