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Join us for a relaxing and meditative experience learning the Japanese art and craft of Kokedama, an ancient variant of bonsai. A simple translation of kokedama is “moss ball.” 

This is a beautiful way in which to create a interesting showcase of living plants. 

 

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How to Create a Kokedama! 

Madison Creek Farms

Saturday, May 23th. 2020

1:00a.m  – 2:30p.m

$20.00

Workshop includes:

  • We teach you the proper techniques for plant selection, kokedama construction, how to care for the kokedama, and how to style these living works of art in indoor or outdoor spaces!
  • You’ll get your hands dirty with our twist on bonsai and leave with your newly constructed botanical art and the knowledge of how to nurture it for years to come.

*Workshop admission includes hands-on assembly instruction, care directions, all plants, materials and use of tools. 

Kokedama Samples

Your Instructor

Peggy L. Marchetti

In The FarmHouse Kitchen!

Peggy Along with her husband Mark are the owners and farmers at Madison Creek Farms. Peggy has been teaching cooking classes for the last 20 years educating people on benefits of eating locally grown, organic foods. She is the content creator and recipe developer behind the farm’s YouTube channel which fouces on eating in season.

 

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