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Kokedama Class
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Succulent Kokedama Classes

The process of making a Kokedama is a lot of fun. In our Kokedama succulent classes, you will learn how to make x2 Kokedamas the size pictured above.

PPE

You will be working with natural elements like soil, potting mix, sphagnum moss, and plants we encourage you to wear something suitable. We can not provide aprons due to covid regulations and so we encourage you to BYO an apron if it is your preference. We do provide safety glasses and elbow-length reusable PVC gloves.

PLANTS

Customers will be provided with a choice from a collection of succulents all approx 4cm tall. Succulent type is not guaranteed and customers will choose from what is available on the day. You can bring your own plant but they must be the same size - you will not be supplied additional materials if those provisioned as part of your class fee are not sufficient for your plant.

PREGNANCY

Pregnant women are not encouraged to attend this class due to the risk of toxoplasmosis infection. Toxoplasma parasites can happily reside in soil and in this class you will be working with soil. If pregnant women choose to attend please bring a P91 grade mask (Australian Standards) and wear long-sleeved clothing, and shower directly after class using soap.

RISK ASSESSMENTS

We complete risk assessments on the following components of this class:

  • exposure to soil & airborne dust particles

  • Ventilation 

CLASS PROCESS & CARE INSTRUCTIONS

You will be taught how to combine your peat moss, potting mix, soil together, assemble the base, plant your succulent, encase your plant in a layer of sphagnum moss and then carefully wrap it.

KOKEDAMA CARE

Customers are provided the below handout to take home to help with caring for their kokedamas.

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