The Art of Kokedama

 

60 minutes

10-200+ Attendees

Hands-On Connections with Nature, Cultural Education, Attention to Detail, Team Building

Kit includes: Dried sheet moss, live plant, soil, twine, and fishing line

Event Overview

During this workshop, attendees will create an artistic and beautiful Kokedama, which translates literally to “moss ball”.

A tight ball of coiled roots covered in live moss creates this self-sufficient plant structure that can be displayed as a desk plant, hung from a hook, or placed as a centerpiece on a dining room table.

Guided by our expert host, attendees will learn the history and traditional techniques of Kokedama with their very own long-lasting, beautiful live sculpture as a memento of the experience.

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