Depending on the season, the colours of meadows change from fresh green in the early summer to less intense colours with partly dried grasses in the summer.
During the course of the year, meadows sometimes come by more, sometimes less water and sunshine. These influences change the colours of the meadow. We show you how to design a »lush« summer meadow.
Step 1: First, the substrate is coloured with shades of green and brown . Take care that the colouring doesn't turn too dark. Then a path or road can be created. Allow to dry well.
Step 2: The base area is now coated with NOCH Grass Glue (ref. 61130). Then a small amount of Scatter Grass "Meadow", 4 mm, is applied. It's important that the glue surface is not completely "filled".
Step 3: Now you need to be quick: load the Gras-Master with a mixture of Scatter Grass, golden yellow, Scatter Grass, medium green and Scatter Grass "Summer Meadow" and flock directly onto the still-wet Grass Glue to fill the gaps between the 4 mm-long grass fibres. Then allow everything to dry well.
Step 4: After hoovering off the loose grass fibres, design your summer meadow with Grass Tufts XL in green and beige. Here and there, a flowering bush or clump, e. g. Grass Tufts, yellow, looks very good and brightens up the meadow a little.