Ardennes markets them, but they are far from cost effective. I didn't watch this video, but understand something like 7 different firms were offering belgian hones at one point, generally taken where the veins meet (blue on one side, yellow on the other). These are referred to as "natural combos" now and expensive.Interesting but it looks to have been filmed a long time ago, can you still buy Belgian stones?
It has 1971 in the title, so maybe as old as many members here.Interesting but it looks to have been filmed a long time ago
I believe he buys his boxwood from a gentleman by the name of Hugh Crompton - see link below.where did he get the box?!!? (as in the boxwood to make the box?). It's difficult to say the least to find uncracked boxwood that large now.
The coticules are so pretty, which is the reason that I've had a dozen or more despite only really getting a thrill out of a couple of the group).
Thanks!I believe he buys his boxwood from a gentleman by the name of Hugh Crompton - see link below.
Hugh lives in England but he does export to buyers in the U.S.A
The European Boxwood and Topiary Society (EBTS) is devoted to encouraging the appreciation, cultivation and knowledge of Boxwood and Topiary and to further extend both historic and scientific research in the subject.ebts.org