Cooper's Earth by Jinny Blom

Cooper’s Earth


The name originates from my time working in vineyards where spilt grape juices from the first pressings of the harvest mingled with the white limestone dust of the soil forming a chalky pinky brown. This is an indispensable colour and can be used throughout a garden. It can be a substitute for white as it blends beautifully with surrounding natural colours. Soft, warm and inviting.

Cooper's Earth

Milton Clark Avery, ‘Sunset’, 1952.