Arbor-Dama Workshop

$95

Meet the newest innovative creation by MJC Botanical.

Arbor-Dama focuses on the simplicity of Bonsai in collaboration with Kokedama.

In our newest workshop you will have the opportunity to chose a Bonsai Pot and a piece of Gold Vine Timber to be used to display your Kokedama.

This workshop will be in two (2) parts. The first focusing on the creation of a Kokedama and the second creating the “Arbor” to display your Kokedama.

You will be guided to chose a piece of Timber that best suits your Bonsai Pot and Kokedama and learn how to secure it firmly for display. You will then have the opportunity to decorate your Arbor-Dama with pebbles to complete your unique display.

All plants and materials will be provided together with light refreshments and beverages from local businesses.

Arbor-Dama – Meet the newest innovative creation by MJC Botanical.
 

Arbor-Dama combines basic elements of Zen Gardening with the simplicity of Bonsai in collaboration with Kokedama.

Rocks and Gravel, Wood and Simple planting are the important components of Japanese design that we will apply to our latest creative gardening technique.

This is a multi dimensional workshop split into two (2) parts.  The initial part of the workshop will involve learning the art of Kokedama to create a small “Moss Ball” followed on by the creation of the “Arbor” using Gold Vine Timber and a Bonsai Pot to display your Kokedama. The remainder of the class time you will be given the opportunity to decorate your finished piece with pebbles to complete your unique display.

Please note all cancellations are non transferable within 48 hours of workshop start times. All earlier cancellations are eligible for Workshop Date Change.

All images are indicative of work by MJC Botanical and some materials in the images may not be provided at the time of workshops due to availability but will be replaced with a suitable alternative.

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Disclaimer

Please note that pictures are indicative of the finished product only. Plant material is seasonal and subject to availability from suppliers. Where a plant product is unavailable it will be substituted with an appropriate alternative to the same value.