Grave Mud Genus
Twinned with Mud mounds.
Grave Mud is rich in nutrients and a good place to locate pockets and packets of air.
Boggy Mud is little more than water suspended in root structures. This magnified structure was carved into a layer of clay pressed into the brick’s frog. The Boggy Mud used as pigment produced a watercolour effect.
The slit in the centre of Fertile Mud was made by casting a large root with compost and tissue paper in the brick’s frog. It could be used to grow seedlings.