In Japanese, “kokedama” translates from “koke” meaning “moss” and “dama” meaning “ball.” In this workshop, we’ll teach students how to make and grow orchids in a beautiful moss ball planter. 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.
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.