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Master Gardener: Kokedama
Tuesday, July 16, 6:00 pm–7:30 pm
REGISTRATION REQUIRED. Make a Kokedama – a plant growing in a ball of soil encased in moss secured by twine, string or wire that can be hung in a window or placed on a tray or dish. It is a Japanese term – “Koke” meaning moss and “dama” meaning ball & is in the Bonsai tradition of creating artistic forms with plants. Bring to class a plant – 4” pot or smaller, ideally a foliage plant that doesn’t need full sun like ivy, pothos, spider plant, fern, or staghorn fern. Collaborator: Hennepin County Master Gardeners, University of Minnesota Extension.