Floating Flower - Kokedama
In the first part, we will discuss plant care techniques. Topics may include watering, light requirements, repotting, and addressing common plant issues.
In the second part of the program, we will guide you through the process of creating a kokedama. This will involve:
- Choosing a suitable indoor plant for transformation.
- Learning how to prepare the plant and its roots for the kokedama process.
- Creating a soil ball by wrapping the plant roots in moss.
- Attaching strings or chains for hanging – basics of macramé technique.
This program is designed for plant enthusiasts, both beginners and experienced growers, who want to share their indoor plants, discuss plant care and learn the art of transforming indoor plants into kokedamas.
The program will foster a sense of community among plant enthusiasts, where you can engage in a lively exchange of plants while gaining knowledge about the charming artistic form of kokedama and creating your own kokedama.
BRING YOUR PLANTS AND CUTTINGS FOR THE EXCHANGE!
The program will be led by a team of mentors from the Green Lab, plant enthusiasts with knowledge of plant care. These mentors will provide guidance, answer questions, and share their passion for plants with participants, ensuring an engaging and educational experience.
You can sign up through the form below.
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