In Japanese, “kokedama” translates from “koke” meaning “moss” and “dama” meaning “ball.” The moss ball provides an interesting, organic display for your orchid. Kokedama can be kept in a dish or hung in a window and make beautiful table centerpieces.
In this workshop, students willl...
Learn the technique for creating kokedama and how we modify it to work with orchids
Make and take home their own orchid kokedama
Learn how to care for orchids, including light, watering, and how to encourage new flowers
No experience or green thumbs needed! All materials, including plants and care instructions, will be provided. Feel free to BYO drinks or snacks.
Tickets: $65 or two for $120
Your Host, Rock Paper Plant
Rock Paper Plant is the brainchild of Alicia Mazzara and Cielo Contreras, two dope, curly-haired kweens making and growing things in the District of Columbia. We currently specialize in wall hangings and needle-felted creations featuring tropical and desert plants.