What is a Kokedama? Kokedama means "moss" (koke) and "ball" (dama). It is the centuries old Japanese garden art of planting the roots of a plant in mud or clay and wrapping it in moss with the moss being the focal point which is then wrapped with twine or jute. They are also known as a string garden as you can hang them.
They're easy to care for and watering consists of sitting the moss ball in a bowl of water, soaking up the water from the bottom into the moss and dirt.
Join us to create your own Kokedama and learn more about this unique planting technique in a 1 hour class. You can choose a succulent kokedama or a houseplant kokedama!
** These two classes are combined to be on the same day and are perfect for creating some gifts for friends and family!
Wine Bottle Succulent Class
Do you love sipping wine with friends as well as learning more about succulents? Join us for this Wine Bottle Succulent Planting Class (approx 1 hour) where we'll have a variety of hand cut wine bottles for you to choose from with the original label intact and plant it up with those cute succies for a fun gift for the holidays or keep it for yourself. We'll give a background on how the bottles are cut as well as how best to plant them for optimal growth.
As always, we'll serve some festive drinks and yummy snacks. Hope to see you there!
** Please note that 72 hour cancellations will receive a refund or credit toward future classes. Cancellations within 24-48 hours are reviewed individually and no shows will not receive a refund but contact us and we'll work with you!
If you are interested in future classes, please fill out the Class Interest Form and we'll update you when we have more classes on our schedule.