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Horticultural Workshop on March 26, 2021

Sylvia Outerbridge, Liz Adderley and Sheila Semos will provide a “Kokedamas” (moss wrapped plant) workshop on Friday, March 26 at 10am in the Slathouse at the Botanical Gardens. They will first demonstrate how to make one and then assist the members of the Garden Club of Bermuda to make their own Kokedamas to take home.

This workshop will be limited to 18 members with 6 people per demonstrator and members must register in advance. To sign up complete the form below and you will receive a confirmation email and later a reminder to attend.

What to bring:

We will supply most of the materials needed and there is no charge.

It is quite a messy process – so members should bring disposable gloves, an apron, 2 plastic basins and a plastic tablecloth or large black trash bag to work on. Attendees must bring scissors and a small houseplant for the Kokedamas – choose a plant which fits a 4” pot (no larger). They will be supplying Spagnum Moss for this workshop. If you wish to use green sheet moss instead – please bring your own.

These tutorials will be helpful for you to familiarise yourself in advance:

DIY Kokedama – Japanese Moss Ball Planters

How to Make a Kokedama (Plant in a Moss Ball)

As always, masks must be worn and all the usual COVID protocols followed.

Please note: Face masks must be worn and social distancing needs to be observed.

Register your interest now

There are only 18 spaces available on this course. These will be filled on a first-come, first-served basis, so be quick in registering your interest to avoid disappointment!

Sorry, all places have now been reserved. Details of future workshops can be found in our newsletters.

Key information

March 26, 2021
10am start
Horticultural Hall,
Botanical Gardens
Please note there is a maximum of 18 participants. Register early to avoid disappointment.