Get crafty and join Julie, one of our talented gardeners as she leads you through how to make a Kokedama.
Kokedama is the ancient Japanese form of bonsai. Loosely translated, ‘Koke’ means moss and ‘dama’ means ball. The plant’s root system is wrapped in moss and bound with a string or twine to become living artistic orbs to display indoors or outside. It’s one of the hottest trends in gardening this year!
The cost of this class is $45 and includes soil, moss, twine, plants and instruction (enough to make two small or one large Kokedama).