Hosted by Light Gallery + Matthew Provoast
Tuesday, July 24th from 7 to 8pm
For you bonsai newbies, kokedama is a style of Japanese Bonsai where the plant’s root system is actually wrapped in moss and string. These little (and not so little) moss ball bundles of joy are a ton of fun to design and construct.
They will quickly become your new creative obsession as you experiment with getting different houseplants, succulents, and even herbs into the kokedama bonsai mix! Once you learn how to assemble your kokedama plant and moss ball, using string to bind it together, you will take a crack at constructing two kokedama moss ball projects (one small and one medium). You’ll receive instruction on proper plant care as well as recommendations on which "hard to kill" houseplants and succulents to use so that your kokedama creations are guaranteed a long and happy life!
This class is perfect for any green-thumbed friends- but no experience is necessary! Just come ready to get your hands dirty (soap and water will be provided upon completion).
No experience necessary
This class is open to ages 14+
All materials are provided
Refreshments will be served