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Kokedama Workshop

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Kokedama originated in Japan in the 1600s and is an alternate version of bonsai. A technique of planting where the roots and soil are wrapped in a ball of moss and decoratively bound by twine to hold everything together.

In this hands-on workshop, you’ll learn the basics of how to make a kokedama, including how to mix your own soil, plant selection and care to ensure your mossy-ball survives and thrives.

We’ll provide all the materials for you to create your very own masterpiece. If you have a plant you'd like to transform into a kokedama please bring it along.

Suitable for adults and high school aged youth.

Masks and gloves to be worn when handling the soil.

Enquiries: libraryprograms@northernbeaches.nsw.gov.au




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