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 Bigger fields with small items that often cover large areas? 
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Post Bigger fields with small items that often cover large areas?
The smallest items we`ve got, -such as clover, wild ginger & wood sorrel, are very often used to cover rather large areas, so it hit me that some larger patches/fields could come in handy. It sure would save us a great deal of time if we were able to fill in squares á approximately 2-3 cm2 at the time instead of one by one..

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Post Re: Bigger fields with small items that often cover large ar
Agreed!
Even having a small patch of clovers roughly the same size as the Red Desert flower would make life that much easier.

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Post Re: Bigger fields with small items that often cover large ar
It sure would! I`d guess it goes about 4 clovers in something as small as the red desert flower..

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Post Re: Bigger fields with small items that often cover large ar
Bluezebra wrote:
Agreed!
Even having a small patch of clovers roughly the same size as the Red Desert flower would make life that much easier.


Piggybacking off of this idea...
I'd love to have desert flowers in other colors.
Blue, green, purple, etc.
I made this design http://www.creaturebreeder.com/farm/view?id=2137720 with yellow desert flowers.
They're easy to manipulate and other items that I use for borders comfortably fit on top of them. I don't like using sea glass as much (though it works, too). I would prefer seeing a ton of variety of colors for flat objects that can randomly lie on top of one another, such as the desert flowers.

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Post Re: Bigger fields with small items that often cover large ar
I agree. The yellow desert flower makes a perfect mix with both the pink & the red (as well as many other flat items, for that matter). :)

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