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Kokedama Making Workshop at Walthamstow Wetlands
Join Borrowed Light Floral Studio at Walthamstow Wetlands on Thursday 31st January between 7 – 8.30pm for a kokedama making workshop.
This Japanese planting style uses moss ‘koke’ to cover a plant’s root ball – ‘dama’ meaning ‘ball.’ You will learn how to bind a mix of akadama soil and coco coir (peat substitute) in sphagnum moss which then holds the water and nutrients close to the root system, creating a ‘moss ball’ almost like a natural plant pot. Kokedamas make for unique indoor plants and an intricate decoration which can be suspended or stand independently in any room.
Tickets priced at £25 per person including all materials and a kokedama to take home. Workshop will take place in the Engine House at Walthamstow Wetlands, 2 Forest Road, N17 9NH. Please arrive via the main entrance on Forest Road.
About Borrowed Light Floral Studio
Borrowed Light Floral Studio is the partnership of Sarah Purchase and Claudia van Rensburg. They met working together as florists in central London and have now formed their own studio based in Walthamstow. Their work ranges from events, weddings and art installations, to creating miniature gardens. Favouring British grown flora and eco friendly products wherever possible, they create high quality and impactful designs in a sustainable way.
Kokedama Making Workshop at Walthamstow Wetlands Thursday 31st January 2019.
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