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String Garden: Kokedama Workshop on 9 September

It’s been awhile but I have another kokedama workshop coming up, join us on 9 September!

String Garden: Kokedama Workshop

Wish to introduce greenery to your space, but looking for something space-saving yet stylish? Also known as ‘moss ball’ and ‘string garden’, Kokedama is a variant of bonsai cultivation, where plant roots are wrapped with moss. It can be suspended using string, or left to sit on a piece of pottery, to be admired.

During this hands-on session, participants will learn how to make and care for their own Kokedama, and take home their creation along with a set of plant notes.

Date: 9 September (Saturday)

Time: 11am – 1pm

Venue: Make Your Own, Blk 4 Upper Aljunied Lane, #01-06.

Price: $69 per person

Register at the Peatix site or below!

String Garden: A parent-child kokedama workshop

Here’s an upcoming kokedama workshop, held in collaboration with Plain Vanilla Bakery as part of their Picnic Days summer-long series of events!

​​Introduce greenery to your living space with something space-saving and stylish that you and your child can make together. Kokedama, also known as “moss ball” or “string garden”, is a variant of bonsai cultivation, where plant roots are wrapped in soil and moss. In this parent-child session, learn how to make and care for your own kokedama. You will take home your own creation, along with a set of plant notes.

For children ages 8 and above; parent accompaniment required. $79 per parent & child pair.

Register here!

About Picnic Days

Picnic Days is a series of gatherings at the Plain Vanilla Flagship store at Tiong Bahru. Happening from 29 April to 8 October 2017, watch as the store is transformed into a grassy backyard complete with an indoor swing and hammock, and join us as we play host to an array of interactive activities, workshops and retail showcases. For a list of upcoming events, please see here.

The Tender Gardener advocates a gardening lifestyle by gathering and sharing stories, experiences, and advice. Through her blog and workshops, Olivia hopes to grow the gardening and urban farming community in Singapore, and encourage a love of plants and pollinators.