Kokedama Workshop

Kokedama Workshop

Kokedama Workshop

I’ve had so much fun making these in the past and having their beautiful energy in the home now I’m very excited to be sharing the skill with you.

Here are a details below.  We have had a huge response for the workshop and so please confirm by the due date to secure your spot.  I also need to purchase materials so payment by that date will be essential.

My aim is to have you make a complete Kokedama hanging of your own and the take-home skills for making more and more, all the while enjoying a lovely day and lunch in the winter sun. Man, I'm lovin' this Carnarvon weather!

When: Saturday 29th July 9am to 3pm

Where: DAFWA Research Station, South River Road.

Please confirm before Wednesday 12th July with $85 payment made to:

Account Name: Miranda Plum  BSB: 302 162 Acc: 0649565

What to bring:

  • A stick, piece of wood or drift wood up to roughly 60cm (there are heaps on the beach I noticed last night, get foraging!
  • Any shells with holes in them or beads. Anything you wish to try and decorate with.
  • An empty jar with a lid
  • A bucket – ice cream container size or bigger
  • 2 smallish, plants (but more mature than seedlings)

I will supply for you:

  • A delicious hot and homemade lunch
  • Morning tea and coffees
  • Sphagnum Moss
  • Lots of Jute twine
  • Sea sol
  • Water-saving crystals
  • Extra soil

Some tips on choosing your plants:

I would first think about where you would like to hang your Kokedama. As kokedma plants have limited food and water supply in their little ball they benefit from regular TLC so choose a place where you will see them daily.  For our Carnarvon weather I would choose a hanging spot either inside or in a courtyard, away from too much heat and wind. To water them you need to soak the balls so If you have a sunny window above the kitchen sink or in the bathroom these are great places where you can fill up the sink and drop them in overnight.

So with this in mind I find indoor plants ideal and I have had great success with using herbs like mint and oregano. Succulents are also great and plants that hang and creep look great.

Looking forward to seeing you there!

Miranda Plum


Please follow and like us:

No Comments Yet.

Leave a comment

Blue Captcha Image