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Kokedama workshop with Mitti

Part of the art of bonsai, Kokedama is a Japanese planting art that literally means, moss ball.  Creating Kokedama is a Zen practice and an act of mindfulness and meditation. 

Learn this art with the founder of Mitti, Kimberly Sevilla of Rose Red and Lavender.

Your plants will be contained in a ball of moss and special soil and can grow without any pot. She will help you create a mossy creation that can be placed on a tray, or hung in a window. 

This drop-in workshop is $45 and can be booked in advance when you buy a ticket, or at the fair, and includes the plant you’ll bring home.