Join the Holden Beach Beautification Club for a lesson on Kokedama. Everyone is welcome to attend, Wednesday, January 8, at 1:00, at the Holden Beach Chapel.
Sherry Godfrey is an award-winning designer of Kokedama Art. Kokedama Art is a style of Japanese bonsai where a plant’s root system is simply wrapped in sphagnum moss and bound with string, transforming it into a sculptural art form. In Japanese koko means moss and dama means ball. It is sometimes called the Poor Man’s Bonsai or just a mossy root ball. Some plants used are various small ferns, pothos, peace lilies, etc. They can be decorated with colored string and other small items. Sherry will demonstrate the construction of these balls.
Hope to see you at the meeting!