Workshop: Living Moss Kokedama Balls


Living Moss Kokedama Balls
Instructor: Reba Braschnewitz with Sterling Mercantile & Garden Center

What is a Kokedama?!? Kokedama literally translates to “Moss Ball” in Japanese! It is a tradition in Japanese gardening that wraps a plant’s root ball in moss for it to be hung or mounted on a pedestal. Our instructors will help you create a unique kokedama ball. This living planter is used as a decoration and can be suspended from the air by string, placed on a saucer for display.

Materials to make TWO kokedama balls include soil, moss, twine, and your choice of two plants.
Materials and plants used in class may vary from the product pictured here.
Class time: 1hr.+
Class Ages – 10 yrs. – 100
Class Size – 12ppl