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Kokedama Workshop - 4th July

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Kokedama, from the Japanese koke meaning "moss" and dama meaning "ball".   Join us in learning h...
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Kokedama, from the Japanese koke meaning "moss" and dama meaning "ball".
 
Join us in learning how to make these stylish, easy to maintain indoor plants. Pick from a selection of small indoor plants, and learn how to use moss and twine to create an eco-friendly, organic pot. During this workshop you will make two kokedamas to take home. 
 
Care for your kokedama by placing or hanging it in moderate light, soaking it occasionally when the moss becomes dry.
 
All materials supplied with light refreshments in our studio located at 7 - 11 Harrison Street, Maryville

Time: 12 - 1pm

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