Kokedama Ball Workshop 1/16/22 1pm

January 16, 2022
1:00 pm-
3:00 pm

Create a unique kokedama ball with the help of our great instructors!


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Our instructors will help you create a unique kokedama ball. Kokedama means the practice of taking the root ball of a plant and suspending it in a mud/ soil ball, which is then coated in moss. This living planter is used as a decoration and can be suspended from the air by string, fixed to a piece of driftwood or placed on a saucer for display. Class fee include free instruction. Materials to make TWO kokedama balls include soil, moss, twine and your choice of two plants.

Bring a friend for twice the fun!

Materials and plants used in class may vary from the product pictured here.

All classes will be taught in our open air green house so please dress accordingly.


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