Create Your Own Kokedama Workshop – Oct 13th

 

Spend a fun half hour or so learning to make your very own kokedama! 

What are they, you ask? 
Kokedama (in English, literally “moss ball”) is a ball of soil, covered with moss, in which an ornamental plant grows. All the rage today both here and in Japan where they originated, their sculptural beauty adds to any garden or window. 

We will wrap soil and special moss around your choice of a low- to medium-light plant, wrap some string or wire around it for hanging, and there you are! 
Extreme cuteness. All supplies provided!

Taught by Friends of the Conservatory Board Member Anthonio Pettit, this beginner-level workshop will let you get your hands dirty and provide a new plant friend for you.

Located n Zone 4, behind the Conservatory and to the right (signs will be posted)

October 13th, 12pm-3pm
Friends of the Conservatory Members $20

General Public $25
Additional kokedamas $10 each (limit 2) 
Drop in – no tickets needed