Kokedama is the Japanese art of wrapping the root system of a plant inside a ball of soil and moss. Plants can be hung to create a suspended ‘string garden’ or simply placed in a shallow dish or container. The effect is sweet, simple and utterly beautiful.
You’ll learn to mold your own botanical spheres and leave with a sweet little trio of handmade Kokedama succulents – and a skill that you’ll be able to easily replicate at home. I’ll provide detailed instruction and demonstration + all materials.
Green thumbs welcome – but no experience is necessary! Just come ready to get creative (and get your hands dirty!).
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Fees are non-refundable, but if you can’t make the class for some reason you may transfer your spot to someone else.