Bundle a small plant in a peat/soil/sand combination. Bundle that in moss. Tie it tidily in string. Place it on a pretty dish and a Kokadama display is created.
Kokadama is a Japanese art form in which plants grow free-standing in a bundled moss ball rather than a pot.
Hang several from the ceiling, and you will have what is popularly known as a string garden.
Look for our Kokedama nook next to the front door of the shop.
Please remember the nursery will close Saturday, October 4.We apologize for any inconvenience.
Lots of fall/winter veggies are in stock to get your cool season gardening under way:
Gardening 101 Saturday, September 20 8:00 am Free/No need to RSVP Join Farmer Bill in the farmhouse for the basics of San Diego gardening!
Edgy Veggie Pizzas
Sunday, September 28 1:00 – 2:30 pm Tickets are $10 per kitchen participant, limit 15 Purchase tickets here (Class observers are free/no need to RSVP) The magnificent Chef Kate will show you how to:
- Master a basic pizza dough (gluten free included)
- Explore exciting sauce options
- Prep summer veggie harvests for toppings
We will review equipment options for home oven and barbeque. Farmer Bill will heat up his outdoor homemade clay oven for this class!