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Learning Kokedama: Living Sculture

Groton Garden Club member and Instructor Ellen Todd (Center) encouraged Club members to get creative and learn about the art of Kokedama. Member Valerie Baier (l.) , and Wendy Jones (R.) flank Instructor Ellen Todd as they display their Kokedama creations.           This style of Japanese plant culture that translates to "moss sphere". A plant's root system is wrapped with moss and bound with string, transforming the plant into a potless living sculpture. Members learned about what plants work well in a Kokedama planting and how best to arrange and care for them. For more information about the Groton Garden Club, visit their website at

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