What is a Kokedama? It is a form of Japanese garden art that is centuries old and tied into the practice of bonsai. The spherical planters are formed around the roots of our plants and are coated in a sheet of moss, and secured with twine wrapping. This decorative planter can be set on a table or suspended in the air. Join Michael Larkin in creating these unique and eye-catching planters. Each participant will make their own moss planter to take home. Preregistration and payment required. Fee: $15.00
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