Kokedama Workshop

Master the art of moss ball plants with our Kokedama Classes.

Master the art of moss ball plants with our Kokedama Classes.

Kokedama Workshop

Come and explore this ancient art and have some fun while learning the craft. Kokedama is a unique form of potting that has existed for centuries. The word “Kokedama” is Japanese in origin and literally translates to “moss ball”. Placing plants and soil carefully wrapped in a ball of sphagnum moss and twine.

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Beginner-friendly

  • No prior knowledge or skills are required.We supply all you need.Even tea, coffee and a snack (any dietary requirement please bring your own)

Here’s what you will create:

  • 2 x Kokedama Small and Medium

You will take home:

  • Base saucer for plants
  • Kokedama Workshop certificate
  • Kokedama care instructions and tips to keep your creations thriving.
  • A brief history of Kokedama

 Location, Date & Times: 

  • When are the classes: Tuesday nights 7pm-9pm
  • Where are the classes held: Emflowerment, 492 Dorset Rd, Croydon VIC 3136, Australia
  • Phone No:(03) 8626 7721

Cost : $85 per person ($50 deposit and balance due on the day)

Duration: 1.5 to 2 hours

Attendance required:

  • Class of 4-10 (public classes)
  • 6 to 12 (private classes)

– Please give us a call on (03) 8626 7721 to book your group session!

Children (8+) Must be accompanied by a participating/paying adult.

Please note: In the unlikely event that we don’t reach the minimum class numbers, we will cancel and reschedule to another agreed date. We will inform you in advance as this will allow you to reschedule. We will call and leave a message and also send you a text message.

 Perfect activity for 

  1. Personal Creation
  2. Bridal showers
  3. Mother’s Day
  4. Birthdays
  5. Children’s Birthday party
  6. Fun Date Night
  7. Just for fun!

Just yourself!

For our Kokedama workshop & classes, we recommend that you wear clothes that you don’t mind getting a bit dirty.

Where does my Kokedama live once created?

Your Kokedama is adaptable depending on the choice of plant and be displayed in a variety of unique ways.

They can be hung indoors / outdoors, placed on stands and can be used as a centrepiece.

The possibilities are endless!

They also make a beautiful and thoughtful personal gift.

Come along for the fun!In this Kokedama workshop, you will:

  1. Unlock Your Creativity: Explore your creative side by crafting unique kokedama creations that reflect your personal style.
  2. Mindful Relaxation: Immerse yourself in a therapeutic and relaxing experience, connecting with nature through the calming process of creating kokedama.
  3. Learn a Unique Skill: Acquire hands-on skills in the art of kokedama, a traditional Japanese craft, perfect for beginners with no prior experience.
  4. Bring Nature Indoors: Enhance your living spaces with living art – create your own kokedama to introduce a touch of nature into your home.
  5. Socialize and Connect: Join a community of like-minded individuals, make new friends, and share a delightful and creative experience together.
  6. Unique Home Décor: Take home a one-of-a-kind decorative piece, as each kokedama is a distinct and eye-catching addition to any space.
  7. Perfect Gifts: Craft personalised and thoughtful gifts for loved ones, showcasing your creativity and adding a touch of nature to their lives.
  8. Educational Experience: Gain insights into plant care, soil composition, and the cultural significance of kokedama in a fun and interactive learning environment.
  9. No Experience Necessary: Designed for beginners, this workshop welcomes participants of all skill levels, ensuring everyone can enjoy the process of creating beautiful kokedama.
  10. Fun and Enjoyable Activity: Expect a few hours of laughter and enjoyment as you engage in a hands-on workshop that promises a memorable and entertaining experience.


Unleash your creativity with our kokedama workshop! Join now for a unique experience in crafting living art.

Click ‘Create Your Kokedama’ and secure your spot today!