Join us for Mimoza Design's Kokedama Workshop! With its roots in the Japanese Bonsai tradition, Kokedama (“Koke” =Moss “Dama” = Ball) is a really intriguing way to grow and display many different types of plants. Instead of the traditional shallow dish, Kokedama have their roots enclosed in a beautiful moss form. It has been called “poor man’s bonsai” in the past. Traditionally, the Kokedama would be displayed in a shallow dish. These days it is quite trendy to suspend them from string, creating a dramatic “hanging garden”.
Tickets include all plants, moss, and Display Materials - $80 Click HERE to buy tickets through Mimoza's website.