Want to try something new?  Then this is the class!

Kokedama is a form of Japanese garden art that is centuries old and is related to bonsai.  The basic idea is that they are small sculpted trees or plants that are grown in moss balls which can be displayed in a flat tray or suspended in the air.

Join Head Gardener, Bill Collins, as he teaches you this unique art form and helps you create a masterpiece to take home.

July 29th

10-11:30am


COSTS:

Non-members: $25

Members: $20

Volunteers: $23


Register online here!

Members & Volunteers, please call in to get your special discount.

419.522.0211


We kindly ask you to register by July 27th.