Kokedama Workshop, Living Vessels

$50

Next Class: Sunday, December 8th 11am-1pm


Kokedama is a style of Japanese bonsai in which a plant's root system is wrapped in moss and bound with string, transforming it into a living sculpture. Loosely translated, koke means 'moss' and dama means 'ball'. These decorative hanging plants are a strikingly beautiful accent for any room at home. There are many different plants that can thrive in a kokedama planting, and in this class, we'll explore all of the different options.



Our plant workshops are taught by our in-house plant experts, Tassy de Give and Keeley Michael. 


In this class, you'll create 2 small kokedama balls:

— 1 traditional mud-based ball with ferns
— 1 of your choice

Class will take place in our new greenhouse and design studio, located at 1351 E. Olive Way (between Bellevue and Melrose Ave).
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Questions? Can't make this class date? Email us, and we'll notify you of our next workshop.

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