Join Renée AKA The Girl who Gardens at this Kokedama Workshop and make two delightful Japanese Kokedama to decorate your home. It’s fun, therapeutic, mindful, creative and a little bit messy!
The art of Kokedama literally translates from “koke” meaning moss and “dama” meaning ball. Kokedama are born out of the Bonsai planting tradition. According to the Japanese, the green ball of moss is translated as maternal love and charity. The spherical shape of the ball is believed to add credence to the plant’s naturality while creating peacefulness and the Zen spirit.
At the Kokedama Workshop Renée will guide you in moulding and binding your two Kokedama using houseplants, moss and twine. At home you can either display your Kokedama on a tray or dish or suspended in a ‘string garden’.
Please bring gloves to wear if you wish.
All materials will be provided to create your two Kokedama.
The Kokedama Workshop workshop will take place indoors at the Painshill Visitor Centre.
Painshill will continue to adhere to and follow the latest Covid-19 government guidance.
Painshill reserves the right to amend or change the above event details.
Tickets are non-refundable and non-exchangeable.
Organised in aid of Painshill Park Trust Limited, registered charity in England and Wales (284944). We rely on fundraising to preserve and maintain Painshill for future generations so your support is very important to us.