Plants and Pints — Kokedama Creation
Tuesday, June 26th
6:30 Arrive, grab a beer and get set up
7:00 Class begins
At 515, we live by the mantra "everything is better with beer." And that couldn't be more true than when digging into nature. Do you enjoy playing in the dirt and growing green things? Join us as plant and floral stylist Katie Ketelsen of KC's Farmhouse leads you through the creation of your very own Kokedama.
What is a Kokedama?
Kokedama is a form of Japanese garden art that is centuries old and tied into the practice of bonsai. Literally translated, Kokedama means moss ball. The moss ball is fixed to a platform or suspended from string with the plant growing out from the sphere. It has recently become popular as a modern and unique way to display plants.
What's included in the class:
Keep in mind your hands might get a bit dirty. If that isn't your jam, bring along some gardening gloves.
Sign up today for this fun, casual evening of playing in the dirt.
(This is an adult only class. All participants must be 21+ to attend. Plant shown in event photo may not be available for the class.)
Who is Katie Ketelsen?
Katie is a self-decribed plant geek who enjoys styling plants to complement your decorating style. Her inspiration ranges from bohemian, vintage, and modern Scandinavian. Katie has a horticulture and landscaping design degree from Iowa State University and currently works for Bower and Branch while growing her own plant business, KC's Farmhouse.