Come Kokedama with us!
Kokedama (Japanese for "moss ball") is a centuries old form of Japanese garden art where plants are “potted” in a ball of moss wound with string and displayed in a dish or suspended in the air. Class participants can choose their plant from an assortment. Almost any plant can be made into a kokedama, but we’ll use ones that are appropriate for indoors/lower light.
$40 ticket includes instruction and all supplies: plants, moss, soils, and all material need to create your own Kokedama.
Class duration: 1.5 hours
For beverages and snacks during the workshop, feel free to BYOB : - )
Get your tickets here.