Creating Kokedama: A Drop-in Mini Workshop (150-10-13-18)
Saturday, October 13, 2:00 p.m. - 4:00 p.m.
Laura Vogel, Adult Education Programs Manager, Minnesota Landscape Arboretum
Are you interested in enhancing your “Origami in the Garden” experience? Drop by the Great Hall Balcony on select Saturday afternoons for a mini workshop! Kokedama is a Japanese variant of bonsai, in which live moss is essentially used as a container for another plant. These moss balls can hold many types of houseplants, from ferns to orchids. They are equally beautiful displayed on a table or suspended by your window and are easy to care for. Join Arboretum staff to learn more about this unique display technique, and then follow along step-by-step in creating your own kokedama to take home. The drop-in workshop will take a half hour or less and you can arrive anytime within the time frames listed below; $15 fee per ~4" kokedama and includes a helpful care sheet.
Pre-Register your spot online by 9am Friday and come any time between 2 and 4pm
Walk-in and pay in person at the project location
First come first served- limit 12 participants at a time.
Limit 60, Oswald Visitor Center - Visitor Center Balcony
$15 per Kokedama, does not include Arboretum admission