Kokedama Workshop

Saturday 11th April 2020 10am-1pm

This fascinating way of making a growing natural ‘container’ for plants is very calming & restful. Kokedama (meaning moss-ball) is a Japanese styled way of holding a plant in a ball of compost then wrapped in moss then bound by twine. It isn’t complicated but needs some concentration. In this workshop I’ll demonstrate how to make Kokedama with succulents & ferns & then you will make your own-I’ll be right there to give you a hand if needed. They can be hung indoors or placed in a saucer; they make very original home/conservatory decoration.

All plants, compost, moss, twine materials & tools are supplied. You might want to bring your own gloves or get down in the muck! And bring a small shoe box sized container to take your Kokedama balls home in. Included is tea/coffee cake/biscuits The workshop takes place at Apple Tree Cottage, 3 Nursery Terrace, Potten End, Berkhamsted HP4 2QU & is limited to four places. This workshop is suitable for a private small group either here at Apple Tree Cottage or at another venue. Please contact me to discuss.

        Helen Reeley    Helen Reeley

 

 

Kokedama Workshop

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