By Nathalia Pereira. bricks. Published at Thursday, January 24th, 2019 - 12:00:31 PM.
It is possible to make moss grow however you want it to. All you need is a blender, some moss, lukewarm water, water retention gel, buttermilk and a bucket and paint brush. You crumble about three handfuls of moss into a blender, add seven hundred millilitres of lukewarm water, one hundred and twenty millilitres of buttermilk and two tablespoons of the gel. Then you run the blender on pulse until the gel sets. All that you have to do then is paint it onto your paving or walls in whatever form you like and spray it with a mist every week. After a little while the moss will grow and stay in whatever shape you painted it onto the wall or paving.
The Paving Warehouse & Wonder Rock, masters in the art of simulated rock, are no ordinary stone masoners. The Paving Warehouse is South Africa’s leading manufacturer of simulated rock, with applications both indoors and outdoors, each stone cast is a classic.
Paving bricks come in a variety of shapes, colours and sizes. Therefore it is not necessary to stick to the dull and predictable! With a little bit of creative planning, you can turn your driveway into an absolute piece of art! Another positive thing about laying paving bricks is that you do not necessarily need to call in a professional.
These paving bricks are designed simply so that it can be laid by only one person, which means you can make it a do it yourself project at home. When compared to conventional masonry block construction, interlocking blocks, which are ’dry’ assembled, save a great deal of mortar which is normally used for vertical and horizontal joints. Again, it produces savings in terms of both cost and time.
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