Come and get your hands dirty with our Kokedama workshop at Askham Bryan College, York campus.
The workshop will be creating a 'kokedama', a Japanese variant of a hanging design which has become an Instagram craze, with creative gardeners transforming houseplants into dangling sculptural objects.
But - you may ask - what is kokedama?
Basically, kokedama (translation “moss ball”), is the practice of removing a root system from its container, surrounding it in a mud cake, then wrapping the whole mess in moss before winding it in string. The original Japanese form of kokedama was then displayed on an altar-like platform. All the materials are provided.
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