Kokedama (koh-KAY-dah-ma) is a unique form of living plant art. consisting of a ball of soil covered by moss with plants rooted in. Typical bonsai are used for as it is considered an “outdoor” tree, but other types of plants can be used when making a kokedama. A variety of flowers, wild flowers, grass, and other plants can also be arranged to form a desired theme. Because of the small size of the ball, the plants will typically remain the same size with the inside of the ball allowing for growth and development of the plant's roots.
If you will like to explore the world of Kokedama, join our workshop:
Location: Outdoors-Upper Garden, Under the Fujidana
Date & Time: Every other Fridays & Saturdays | 1:00 PM - 3:00 PM
Fee: prices vary depending on the plant choice