Pretty much any place that can support life will be home to some variety of plant life. In this section we list numerous ideas to prevent your gaming table from being a barren wasteland.
A cheap, simple and effective way of making wintery silver birch trees.
|Conifers From Scouring Pads|
A cheap, simple and effective way of making realistic fir trees.
|Floating Alien Plants|
Hank Cowdog puts old computer cables to good use.
by Tom Jagiello
Capthugeca shows us how to make weird plants from drinking straws
Tob shows us how to make palm trees using scouring pads.
by Gary James
|Plants From Sprue|
Rob Russell tells us how he makes plants from sprue.
|Plants From Twist Ties|
Phranc's inspiring idea for making plants from twist ties.
Plastic plants on small bases are useful and easy to store.
|Reeds & Long Grass|
Gary James tells us how he makes reeds and long grasses.
by Robert Calfee
How to make tree stumps using pumpkin stalks.
by Gary James & Salvatore
|Trees From Shredded Paper|
D T Buckley shows us a quick and easy way to make trees.
|Vines and Creepers|
Creeping plants using dried herbs.
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