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Product description

Opaque glaze can be applied to wet clay, or bisqueware fired from Cone 06 to Cone 10. No thinning required. Glaze colors can be intermixed to create your desired shade. Apply one coat on clay or bisque for a graceful, translucent finish or for a majolica technique. It can also be used up to 3 coats for rich opaque coverage. Freeze/Thaw stable. Includes:1 Pint of Glaze

Mayco Stroke Coat Wonderglaze, Toad-Lily Green SC-052, 1 Pint

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10 hours ago to Horstmann's Silberlocke in Conifers
My 'Horstmann's Silberlocke' is about 12 feet tall and had been doing very nicely for a decade until midsummer this year, when I noticed one branch that had turned entirely rust-brown. Every other part of the tree appears absolutely healthy. I cut off the dead branch and burned it. I assume something happened to the root that fed that branch. Is there another possible explanation?

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Hello Marty, May I ask who is your supplier in Maine? I am currently on the hunt for wholesale Picea rubens seedlings in Maine. Alexandra

18 hours ago to Monmal in Conifers
I can see Cupressus sempervirens ‘Swain’s Gold’ into that mix for color and texture contrast.

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