Learning the Japanese art of flower arranging | Making It Grow

Lin Ko, a certified Sogetsu instructor, demonstrates the centuries-old, zen-like practice of Ikebana (the Japanese art of flower arranging) with us at "Making It Grow". This example features camellia flowers in the Tsubo style which involves using a round container with a small opening. Lin has been very active in practicing and promoting Ikebana art since 1998. She is a former President of Ikebana International chapter 182 of Columbia, SC. Moreover, she is now an active member of the North & Central America Regional (NCAR) Ikebana International Sensei Committee.

🌱 Making It Grow is an award-winning program produced by SCETV and Clemson University. Host Amanda McNulty from Clemson Extension along with Clemson Extension Master Gardener State Coordinator Agent Terasa Lott plus other Extension Agents and featured guests offer research-based information on a variety of gardening, agricultural, and environmental topics, while also highlighting interesting places and products from around South Carolina.