Kokedama, the art of growing plants in a moss-covered ball of soil, is quickly becoming one of the hottest natural decorating trends in the country. However, it has been practiced for centuries in Japan. Kokedama can be displayed on a decorative surface or hung by string in a window. Learn how to make these botanical works of art with Amy Eggers, local floral designer and plant stylist from FLORA Roots & Stems, in a hands-on lesson. She’ll be showing you every step needed to create these uniquely presented plants, their history and how to successfully care for them on your own. All supplies, instructions and take-home materials will be provided. Students will get to choose their own plants for the project from a selection brought by the instructor.