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Aging clay pots

Posted by mtnrdredux 6 (My Page) on
Tue, Sep 18, 12 at 0:38

Has anyone done this, using moss and yogurt or buttermilk?

I am wondering if it makes any sense to do this this time of year, or if i should just wait for spring?

thanks

Here is a link that might be useful: growing moss on pots


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RE: Aging clay pots

I tried a beer, milk, and moss recipe but got no results. The directions at that link did mention to let the gathered moss dry before applying with the mixture. I didn't do that so maybe that was one cause of failure. Really like the appearance of mossy or aged pots.


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RE: Aging clay pots

I would wait for spring since it is usually best to bring clay pots into a garage or shed before the freezing temps hit-unless you aren't planning to plant in them. If they are purely decorative and you aren't worried about cracks, then it probably doesn't matter.


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RE: Aging clay pots

they do need to be set in dappled sunlight and in moist condition to be effective.


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thanks everyone


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