Bring a sturdy bag or box to safely transport your Kokedama home.
Learn how to make fabulous Kokedamas, which literally means moss ball originated in Japan in the 1600’s and they were originally invented to allow Bonsais to live outside a pot. They are now making a comeback in various forms, shapes and sizes and are used for varying plant types. Kokedamas are versatile and can be hung from kitchen cupboards, as a decoration for a dinner party or even in your bathroom. It’s the perfect gift idea.
You’ll be getting your hands dirty and learning all the steps to construct your very own succulent kokedama. We will be teaching you how to look after your kokedama but fear not if you normally kill plants they only need a dunk in water once a week.
An addicted newcomer to the world of kokedamas, a lover of succulents and all things Japanese. Recently leaving the office job in advertising; Hilary now makes and sells kokedamas, terrariums and other forms of succulents at local markets around Sydney.
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The featured image is borrowed and edited, with thanks, from Hilary Woodfine under a Creative Commons license.
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