Friday 28 April 2017 3.00 to 4.30pm or 6.00 to 7.30pm
Daiwa Foundation Japan House
13 / 14 Cornwall Terrace
London NW1 4QP
£25 -30 per head
Booking deadline: Wednesday 26 April 2017
Places are limited and early booking is recommended
The 2nd session (6:00 to 7:30pm) of the workshop is now fully booked.
The art of kokedama draws on techniques from bonsai and tray landscapes to create a striking display. Literally meaning ‘moss ball’, the kokedama plant has its roots wrapped in a ball of soil and moss from where the bonsai or small houseplant emerges creating beautiful silhouettes and natural artistic compositions.
In this kokedama workshop, participants will learn how to create their own moss ball plant which they can take home afterwards. Indoor plant care guidelines will also be explained. All supplies (plant, moss and soil and decorative materials such as the display tray or string hanger) are included.
This workshop will be led by Stefan Thomas from Tranquil Plants who will give a presentation on Japanese kokedama and provide step-by-step guidance to create the moss ball plant. Inspired by botanical decoration, Stefan specialises in bonsai and kokedama and has a personal passion for the intriguing history and horticultural allure of this type of planting.
When booking, please specify which session you wish to book and whether you wish to use a bonsai (£30) or a palm (£25) in your kokedama. Light refreshments will be provided.
To reserve your place, please call the Japan Society office on 020 3075 1996 or email email@example.com.