top of page

Join us at McHarper Manor as Samantha Watts from The Split Leaf Co joins us to teach you how to make a Kokedama !


This class will last 1 hour. 


What's a Kokedama? Kokedama is a Japanese planting technique that involves creating a ball of moss and twine around a plant's roots. The root word ‘koke” means moss, and “dama” means ball. This technique is a bonsai variant and a unique way to display plants!


Join us in planting your own Kokedama ball to display in your home! 

You will be making a 6" Kokedama ball and twine to bind moss ball.


Materials Included: 

  • 4" tropical plant
  • soil
  • moss material


Only ticketed guests will be permitted to attend this workshop. No spectators, please. Class seats for this session are non-refundable but always transferable to another participant of your choosing in the event of your illness or inability to attend.


**Minimum 3 seats must be booked to hold this class.
Maximum class size - 25 participants

***promo images used in listing are not necessarily representative of the pieces you will make but of the technique or bio information about the instructor**

Kokedama's Plant Class with Samantha - Sunday, Sept 15th from 2 -3 PM

  • We regret that we cannot grant refunds or credits for event registrations upon customer cancelation or no-show.

    We reserve the right to cancel events and classes due to low enrollment or extreme weather. Registrants will be notified via email 24 hours prior to class if an event is cancelled. If we must cancel an event due to low enrollment, your will be given the option to move your registration to another class or recive a full refund.

bottom of page