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Kokedama is a Japanese word that simply translated, means “moss ball”.
It is a traditional Japanese gardening technique of creating an artful, instagrammable plant wrapped in a ball of soil, covered with moss.
Making Kokedama is a fun process that involves stripping soil from the plant’s roots, and using a special soil blend to sculpt the plant into a ball, which is later bound with moss.
Based on a form of bonsai, these moss covered hanging orbs are the perfect addition to your home, or even as a gift!
Come learn the art of making spring-inspired Japanese Kokedamas.
Kit includes Kokedama plant, 5″ ceramic plant plate, Kokedama soil mix, jute string for twining.
It’s an all-inclusive workshop, you come empty-handed and take a Kokedama with a plant plate to nurture and cherish.
Facilitator Bio: Shilpa Chauhan
Shilpa Chauhan is currently the head of design at Ferns N Petals, an alumnus of prestigious NIFT having worked with companies like Landmark Group India, Marks, and Spencer UK, etc.
Hailing from Shimla she always had an eye for green landscapes.
As they say, once a mountain girl, always a mountain girl.
She learned the art of professional miniature gardening in the UK and came back to India to pursue it further as a lifestyle hobby.
So far, she has introduced the concept in cities like Hyderabad, Chandigarh, and Shimla.
She is now bringing the art to Zorba the Buddha, in New Delhi!
* Please wear loose and comfortable clothes.
* This program is open to everyone; you can list this in the media.
*All of our programs are in English.
Date: 23rd February 2020
Timings: 10:45 AM – 1:00 PM
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