Current Currant Accents...

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After weeding out some of my “post-apocalyptic wasteland” area.. I noticed some (2) Ribes Sanguinium seedlings, 1 small, and 1 very small.. they looked very nicely together, so i decided to give them “ballet shoes“.. adorn with a two moss-contrast, and will be attempting to keep them fairly small. :)

There is also a GREAT black currant plant (Broken MANY times and now has an OOOOLD “berry bush”-like growth pattern) right near a secluded alcove where my sons and I are constructing a mud hut... So i will be attempting to collect that, sooner or later.

Ribes Sanguineum Accent

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(Oh yeah.. that’s a pot from “Sand Clay batch 1”.. that got broken by a falling stick in the pit... just had to call up all the kings horses and all the kings men)
 

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