Saturday, May 22
1:00 pm – 2:30 pm
Clarcor Pavilion back classroom
Minimum: 6 participants | Maximum: 12 participants
Join landscape designer, Jim Brown, on Saturday, May 22 for a deep dive into Kokedama, the style of Japanese bonsai dating back to 1600 where a plant’s root system is encased in a ball of soil, wrapped in moss and bound with twine transforming it into a sculptural art form. Participants will learn about the ancient art of Kokedama before creating their own plant sculpture to take home at the end of this fun hands-on class. All supplies provided. Pre-registration is required.
ADMISSION: $35 per person
*Registration closes Tuesday, May 18
Jim Brown, from Woodlawn Landscapes & Design, Dixon, IL, holds a degree in Ornamental Horticulture from Kishwaukee College, Malta, IL. He has 41 years experience in landscape design, installation and maintenance in the Sauk Valley area.