moss graffiti - • Collect 3-4 hands full of moss and put in a blender with 700ml of luke warm water. • Add 3-4 tablespoons of water retaining gel • Add 120 ml of buttermilk • Pulse the blender until the gel forms • Pour mix into bucket. • Paint on rough concrete/wooden surfaces. • keep an eye on the weather, if dry, mist weekly to make sure the moss re-grows. The water retaining gel will be of benefit here. • After about three weeks you should see your artwork growing in front of you.

Moss Paint or Moss Graffiti. Collect hands full of moss and put in a blender with of luke warm water.

Gardening Cheat Sheets

Gardening Cheat Sheets

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how to do a simple soil test to see if your soil is alkaline or acidic for the type of plant you want to grow.

You can test your own soil! Take two separate cups and add your soil sample to each. In one add vinegar and the other add some water, stir and add baking soda. If nothing at all happens your soil is some what PH balanced.

Really great looking raised flower bed

The Evolution of a Summer Patio

Unveil more growing space in your urban garden with this low maintenance herb spiral garden tutorial. Click in for design ideas for compact herb gardens and small spaces with stone-filled walls and other spiral designs from Hometalk.

Acacia cognata ‘Limelight’ from our RHSChelsea best in show

Acacia cognata ‘Limelight’ in medium black ball pot. - both options. Duplicated in garden bed

(GL) Grevillea 'Long John'  Seems a little too dry for here but might be a good accent.

(GL) Grevillea 'Long John' use two of these along the west fence. Beautiful spring flowers and evergreen foliage!

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