Quality Kokedama | Sent NZ Wide
Founder Aliesha Fairbairn began creating Kokedama in her home studio on the Thames Coast, Coromandel, in 2014. With a passion for all things botanical she loved the concept and has been selling her greenery at markets and online ever since.
The idea has its origins in Japan, with a style similar to Bonsai. These contemporary creations are now used widely as a form of botanical art to decorate homes, weddings and style events.
Coastal Flair is now a small team stocking multiple stores around NZ. Specializing in quality, beautifully made Kokedama that bring your space to life. You can simply choose a plant to be koked and sent your way!
Kokedama are easy to care for, by soaking the ball in water and look stunning either hanging or sitting. The rustic and natural aspect of kokedama are adored by many.
See our stockists or email if you are interested in becoming a stockist.
"Great place to buy good quality plants and great service. I have brought a number of plants from Coastal Flair and can vouch for great quality and even greater horticultural experiences." -Jessica Andrews
"The Kowhai, Coprosma and succulent below arrived yesterday, and they are gorgeous! They are now adorning my desk and my living room. Love them, thanks, Aliesha." - Jill Upchurch
"I'm in love with Coastal Flair! These beautiful creations arrived in perfect condition couriered from Thames-Wellington! Your amazing Aliesha!" - Bernadine Thomas
"Wow! Thankyou so much, i am super happy with my purchase. Even more gorgeous in real life. Went above and beyond to deliver personally to my door as alot of roads were closed so courier couldnt deliver. Thankyou so much!' -Kat Evens
"Just ordered a gift for a friend, order and communication was excellent and beautiful Kokedama arrived by courier the next day. Couldn't have been easier. Thank you :)" - Brenda Hitchcock
"Absolutely delighted with the plants - and the whole process of making the initial contact through to delivery. I will be recommending you to others. Thanks very much." -Mary Hanton