koke – moss | dama – ball
With its origins in Japanese garden art, kokedama is basically a method of presenting your plant in a ‘living pot’ – a soil ball covered with coconut husk or sphagnum moss.
In this all-inclusive workshop, learn how to make kokedama using 2 substrates – soil and coconut husk, and sphagnum moss. You will get to make and take home 2 kokedama that come with string for hanging or a tray for it to sit on. You will also learn how to care for and upkeep your kokedama.
Duration: 1.5 hours
Fee: $65 per person
Both physical and zoom workshops are available for corporate and schools. Email us your requirements here.