Anthony van Halderen

Anthony van Halderen

Anthony van Halderen
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Sweet woodruff (Galium odoratum) spills over the edges of stairs in this shade garden - The sloped border includes ferns, hostas, Japanese primroses, and moss-covered rocks

Sweet woodruff (Galium odoratum) spills over the edges of stairs in this shade garden - The sloped border includes ferns, hostas, Japanese primroses, and moss-covered rocks

Encourage Development of Moss: To encourage moss on rocks, terracotta pots, or other objects in a shady garden, mix buttermilk and a clump or two of existing moss in a blender to make a slurry that can be painted on your moss-worthy items. Then, keep the environment moist until a green cover begins to form.

Encourage Development of Moss: To encourage moss on rocks, terracotta pots, or other objects in a shady garden, mix buttermilk and a clump or two of existing moss in a blender to make a slurry that can be painted on your moss-worthy items. Then, keep the environment moist until a green cover begins to form.

Bench for fire pit area...Suz here...JB did this in our early years at the Camp, we should had sealed them, though. He enjoyed making his own Lincoln Logs!

Bench for fire pit area...Suz here...JB did this in our early years at the Camp, we should had sealed them, though. He enjoyed making his own Lincoln Logs!