Kokedama (Moss Ball) Workshop
At Green Chapter, we focus on unleashing creativity through our Terrarium Workshops. It is also a time of having fun and bonding as family, friends or colleagues.
Kokedama literally translate to "Moss Ball" and is a form of japanese garden art whereby a moss ball act as the focal and supporting point for a plant. This workshop introduces the various possibilities of plant selection, methods of making the kokedama and ways of displaying them. You will also get to make your very own Kokedama.
Due to availability of material, we may not always have adequate material to serve walk-in DIY session of Kokedama. Please call us to check before heading down (6775 7376)
We provide packages for group activities.
Minimum Head Count:
Minimum of ten pax.
Each workshop may last between 1-1:30 hours.
During each workshop, we will cover the basics of Kokedama (Moss ball), the basic how-to and the maintenance aspect of it before the practical session.
Usually at our Macpherson air conditioned premise, we can also conduct the workshop at your preferred location, with a small fee.
You can pay by cash, nets or credit cards (+3%). Price quoted is before GST.
If you have a big group and wish to provide meals and drinks to participants, you may arrange your own caterer.
- 3 small dried moss ball
- Soil material
- Some moss, a Fittonia, a Fern and an Ivy plant.
- Tools and threads
- HB101 6ml bottle
- Cost Per Pax : $85.00