Kokedama is a type of bonsai known for suspending the roots of a plant in a mud ball coated in moss. It's a no-fuss way to create a striking hanging plant display (also known as a "string garden," which makes us intensely happy), or keep it in a dish on a table. Kokedama are an especially great way to keep ferns and other humidity-loving plants happy in our dry Denver climate! Join us as we get our hands dirty and make our very own kokedama creations. You will have all the materials you need, including your choice of a plant, sphagnum moss, soil, and twine. We'll also go over care instructions so you're set up for success!
Photo courtesy of Better Homes & Gardens - no one here is cool enough for tattoos.