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20 small Grassy Tufts for landscaping and plant making in 48th scale. Also suitable for use in 24th and 12th scales
20 small Grassy Tufts for landscaping and plant making in 48th scale. Also suitable for use in 24th and 12th scales
20 small Grassy Tufts for landscaping and plant making in 48th scale. Also suitable for use in 24th and 12th scales
20 small Grassy Tufts for landscaping and plant making in 48th scale. Also suitable for use in 24th and 12th scales
20 small Grassy Tufts for landscaping and plant making in 48th scale. Also suitable for use in 24th and 12th scales
20 small Grassy Tufts for landscaping and plant making in 48th scale. Also suitable for use in 24th and 12th scales
20 small Grassy Tufts for landscaping and plant making in 48th scale. Also suitable for use in 24th and 12th scales
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20 small Grassy Tufts for landscaping and plant making in 48th scale. Also suitable for use in 24th and 12th scales

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20 small grassy tufts the base measures approximately 3/8" or 1cm in diameter and 1/4" or 6mm tall.
Each tuft is self adhesive but I recommend using tacky glue to stick the tufts down.
Use these cut into small pieces to give the effect of long grass in your 1/48th scale landscapes.

See the pictures to see how to make these into 1/48th flowering plants by dipping the tips into slightly diluted tacky glue and then into the Fine Flowers scatter. The pictures show purple for lavender, but try different colours for the effect of different plants.

These tufts can be used in 1/12th scale and 1/24th scale try them around plants and in pots and cut into small pieces along the base of the house or in between paving.