& FUN WITH MOSS
Kokedama is a type of Japanese bonsai (also known as “the poor man’s bonsai”) that involves growing plants in a ball of soil wrapped in moss. Kokedama actually translates to “moss ball” in Japanese. In this fun workshop, Conservatory Horticulturist Jayton Howard will talk about the history of this form of garden art and demonstrate how to make a Kokedama. You’ll have fun with moss and get your hands messy as you make our own Kokedama to take home with you. Jayton will provide all the information you need to properly care for and maintain your Kokedama.
Fees: Member $42, Non-Member $50
All programs are subject to change. Pre-registration through our website is required.
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