Come and get creative with our partners, Green and Grounded, to learn the art form of this unique Japanese technique.
Kokedama translates from the Japanese for moss (koke) and ball.
In this fun, informal workshop, you will hear all about the history, origins and the specialist soil mixes used to produce your very own Kokedama.
Not only will you leave with your very own moss covered, potless Kokedama, you will also have the skills and knowledge to care for it and recreate your designs in the future.
The package includes a tour of Tatton Park’s award-winning Japanese Garden for inspiration and entry into the parkland on the day of the event.
Meeting Point: Garden Entrance
Places Available: 30
10:30am - 12:30pm
£55 per person (Includes: Park Entry, Tour of the Japanese Garden and Kokedama Workshop with Green & Grounded)