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Floristry Workshop: Make a Kokedama

Learn kokedama making at this floristry workshop.
£60 pp
1hr 30min
What happens in this class?

Bring a uniquely zen feel to any room in the house with this kokedama class in Luton. Hosted at the Flower Studio in a gorgeous English country garden setting, this vibrant class is a brilliant option if you've been looking for new things to do.

We can also travel to your venue around London and Milton Keynes.

Kokedama, a Japanese term that translates as “ball of moss”, are small houseplants that grow in a moss-covered ball, and are often displayed on a decorative tray or plate on a table or shelf. They also look fabulous hanging from the…

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Things to remember

Knowledge Required Beginner-friendly.

What you'll get Materials and equipment provided. A pair of kokedama to take home. What to bring A pair of gloves if you want to protect your hands and nails from the soil.

Booking Options
Private Booking
Book anytime you want
Book for a group
Are you a group of 10 or more?

COVID-19 Secure

This class is COVID-19 Secure. Find out what this means here.

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We ensure quality. If your class doesn't reach your expectations, we'll give your money back.

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Age Requirement

9All students under the age of 16 must be accompanied by a parent/guardian.

Flexible cancellation policy

Any class can be cancelled and fully refunded within 24 hours of purchase. See cancellation policy.

Your Teacher

Ferris Heart Sloane have been running workshops since 2014 and offer a selection of fun virtual (and face-to-face) workshops suitable for corporate teams, families and friends, which include making your own terrarium with macrame, flower arranging, having fun with Kokedama, creating a Spring wreath, flower crowns and more.

We can ship our virtual kit boxes across the UK, US and Europe.

Class Location
This workshop takes place at a location of your choosing.


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Floristry Workshop: Make a Kokedama