Is there too much technology in your life? Are you desperate to get your hands dirty? We will help you do just that.
In this workshop, you will make your own Kokedama. Never heard of a Kokedama before? It’s a Japanese plant design, also known as a “poor man’s bonsai.”
Kokedamas are made by transferring the plant out of its pot and into a ball of soil held together by moss and string. We will use coconut fiber instead of moss. Why you might ask? You will find out in the workshop!
This workshop will give you an opportunity to learn a new skill set and to connect with nature in a creative way. It will be a both playful and relaxing experience. Not only do Kokedamas look amazing, they also make for a great gift and are really low maintenance.
You will leave the workshop with a brand new skill set and your own handmade Kokedama.
No experience or green thumbs needed. All material will be provided on site.
Let’s start your own hausjungle together. Sign up now!
We'll share new times and dates as soon as the Covid-19 situation lets us. In the meantime, head over to the Makery to book one of our virtual kokedama workshops (we'll ship the necessary materials to you a few days before the workshop).