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Kokedama – Japanese Moss Ball

Tuesday, August 15, 6–8pm
Kokedama is a form of a centuries-old Japanese garden art that is a living planter as well as a distinctive display piece. A plant’s root ball is suspended in mud, which is then coated with soft green moss that may be affixed to a piece of wood, suspended from a string or nestled in a clear container. Create your own Kokedama to take home or give as a gift. 
Led by Karen Anderson of Fishers Gardens
Location: American Electric Power Foundation Education Pavilion
$50, $45 for members