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When we stumbled upon the Japanese art-form of Kokedama, we knew we had found something special. We researched, experimented, played, grew…fell in love. And now, in the form of regular workshops we give you our own version of popular techniques. What fun to integrate with the raw integrity of nature and discover new ways to showcase the beauty of plants!
We aspire to bring the outdoors in; to put natures art work on the proverbial pedestal. To get dirt under our nails, sand between our toes, to smell the rain and get our Zen on. We are having a ball and feeling great...
Why go green?
Benefits of Indoor Plants
Most would agree that buildings, homes and office environments appear more calming, and simply a nicer place to be when plants are present. Indoor plants are very much in vogue, and for good reason. Plants breathe life; spaces become more interesting, colourful and relaxing.
But the benefits don’t just stop there. Houseplants do far more than just beautify an indoor space. Keeping plants inside your home or workplace can bring a whole host of health benefits. These benefits, both physical and psychological are evidenced in numerous scientific studies and summarised below.
“I felt my lungs inflate with the onrush of scenery—air, mountains, trees, people.
I thought, "This is what it is to be happy.”
― Sylvia Plath,