Kokedama Workshop

Learn how to make your very own Japanese moss ball

What is a Kokedama you ask?

“Koke” meaning moss and “dama” meaning ball, Kokedama is the ancient Japanese artform of planting a plant in a mud ball that is traditionally coated in a sheet of moss. You can hang them, rest them on driftwood, sit them on decorative plates…. Whatever you want really! They are perfect for adding some greenery to urban spaces, and make tremendous gifts.

You don’t need to be experienced or even good with plants, we will teach you what you need to know to make and care for your Kokedama’s. We will provide everything you need to make 2 Kokedama’s of your very own to take home.

Come and get your hands dirty and have a little fun with great company. We will have some light refreshments to share, and a little dog or two to cuddle. Come solo, or bring some fellow green thumbs along with you.

***Wear enclosed shoes and comfy clothes that you don’t mind if they get a little dirty***

Numbers are strictly limited, so get in fast!

Saturday 26th November 2022

2.00pm – 4.00pm

$95 per person

Reservation for Kokedama
Unit 9, 84-90 Old Bathurst Road, Emu Heights NSW 2750 (get directions)