Sunday, July 21st 12-2pm
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).
Questions? Can't make this class date? Email us, and we'll notify you of our next workshop.
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