DIY Hanging Moss Ball Gardens (Kokedama)!
Ever heard of a Kokedama? Kokedama, also known as Japanese string gardens or moss ball gardens are beautiful moss covered spheres with plants growing out of them! They are hung from the ceiling by strings or set in dishes of water. These beautiful gardens are perfect for offices, apartments and homes! They are fun to make and easy to care for! Just soak the whole sphere in water once every 1 - 4 weeks (depending on the plants used). In this fun hands-on workshop we will make our very own Kokedama! Your class fee covers supplies used to make up to 3 kokedama spheres! Just pay for your plants used at the end of class! We have a wide variety of plants to choose from including succulents, fern, mini trees, tropical plants, carnivorous plants, herbs and more! We are here to contiously support you and your new string garden even after class, so if you're new to gardening we've got your back!
Hi! I'm Jen, owner of Urban Sprouts! My shop is focused on urban gardening and DIY crafts. At Urban Sprouts we specialize in providing supplies, classes, and continuous support to help you make small changes towards a more fun, mindful, and engaging urban lifestyle! We believe in the power of being surrounded by greenery and things that you have made yourself! Instead of buying a bar of soap get some friends together, join one of our classes, and make a batch! Bring plants into your home to clean your air, de-stress, and even make you feel happier! Start an herb garden in your kitchen, learn to cook some exciting food, make a terrarium for your office, or brew some ginger beer! We are continuously expanding our knowledge base, supplies, hands-on classes and resources to support you in bringing a little more fun, satisfaction, health, and sustainability into daily life. We also host a variety of great classes and events in our space with topics ranging from indoor herb gardening to cooking classes! We want to create fun, creative, and social experiences for people while being surrounded by beautiful plants!
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