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Kokedama Workshop Friday 28 June 2024

Kokedama Workshop Friday 28 June 2024

 

We are so excited to be offering a kokedama making workshop where we will teach you all the skills in making your own kokedama.  We provide all the materials and have several plants to choose from.  Be prepared to get your hands dirty as its truly a grounding and rewarding experience in creating a ball of plant and string goodness.

Originating from Japan and translating from "koke" meaning moss and "dama" meaning ball. Kokedama is the practice of encasing the root ball of a plant in potting mix and then wrapped in a layer of sphagnum moss and entwined with string.  

Kokedama are 'pot-less' plants that look beautiful simply sitting on a dish or suspended from a string.

Kokedamas are a beautiful addition to your home décor or a fabulous idea for gifting.

How long will kokedama last?

between 2 to 3 years

How long will my Kokedama last? Depending on climate and care, your Kokedama should survive between 2 to 3 years. Its lifespan is dependent on a few factors including climate, maintenance, and even the type of plant you use. Often after 2 to 3 years, your plant will start to outgrow its soil ball. 

Kokedama Care

Partly cover the kokedama  with water up to half way of and soak your kokedama in a bowl of water for 10 minutes once a week

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