Sorry, the content of this store can't be seen by a younger audience. Come back when you're older.
Kokedama Workshop | March 6th @ 6pm
Come spend the evening creating your very own Kokedama! This is an event in partnership with the Sagebrush Shack in Gettysburg!
March 6th @ 6pm
Kokedama, or "moss ball", is an ancient Japanese art form that is derived from the practice of the Nearai bonsai method, plants grown so compact and tightly that, when removed from a container, they hold well-grown roots and soil, forming a compact ball. It was referred to as "the poor man's bonsai", as it was a simpler, more affordable way for people to enjoy the tranquility of a Japanese garden in their homes. The tradition emerged over 500 years ago.
The lack of man-made pots surrounding the plant mimics the natural environments in which plants grow and embodies the idea of mother nature being self-sufficient.
Low stock - 7 items left
Inventory on the way
Use collapsible tabs for more detailed information that will help customers make a purchasing decision.
Ex: Shipping and return policies, size guides, and other common questions.