These mossy garden friends have their origin in Japanese planting. So, get hands-on and create a perfect mate for any balcony garden.
Kokedamas, an alternative version of the Bonsai, originated in Japan in the 1600’s. And their retro charm is back in fashion!
Whether it’s for you, a friend or family member Kokedamas are a breeze to jazz up. Use them as decorative table settings, house plants, house-warming gifts or even birthday presents.
In this hands on class, Tanya from Work-Shop will teach you the technique of planting where the roots and soil are wrapped in a ball of moss and decoratively bound by string to hold everything together. We’ll provide a selection of different plants and succulents for you to create your very own masterpiece to take home.
Once you’ve created your perfect Kokedama, you’ll be able to replicate the process time and time again.
What do I need to do?
2. Go to the MSQ Art Space on Wednesday 22 May.
3. Put on your friendliest face and bring your desire to learn.
Click here to learn more about the full Art Workshop Program.