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Re: Recipe for Moss

My recipe for achieving that old look on clay pots is taking a tiny bit of
moss (I scraped a bit from inbetween the sidewalk next to my house so I
don't even know what kind of moss it is, but it's green thick and looks
lovely on clay pots), tossed it in a blender together with a bit of
buttermilk.  I than used a thick paintbrush to cover the exterior of the pot in, and left it
in damp shade.  In no time the pot was covered in lovely soft green moss and the scented geraniums looked so pretty in that pot.
NYC Brooklyn, Zone 6b

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