Kokedama is a centuries-old garden form and is extremely popular in Japanese Gardens, Kokedama, in English, literally "moss ball". Kokedama, sometimes referred to as the “poor man’s bonsai,” is a Japanese method of planting in versatile self-contained moss planters that you can hang anywhere.
The Kokedame is approximately 12" tall with an 8" spread. The moss ball is approximately 4". The Kokedame you see is the Kokedama you'll receive.