So you have no idea what a Kokedama is. Neither did we before we came across this workshop, but now that it's in our lives, we're the better for it. Kokedama is an ancient Japanese garden art that involves binding a plant's roots in soil and moss to create a unique and aesthetically-pleasing way to display and grow plants. It also directly translates to 'moss ball', which is a little gross, but we'll roll with it. Interior stylist Hayley McDonald puts on Kokedama workshops. These entail the creation of one such miniature eden, and learning how to take care of it all whilst sipping on sake and chomping on nibbles. They take place in a hidden, heated and covered garden at the back of a jewellery store and is not a particularly cheap experience, but then again you are creating a miniature garden - those don't come cheap.