Middenland Grass is renowned for being lush and verdant, and when your Warhammer armies march across it, a few choice tufts on their bases will really help to set the scene. Each sheet is 210 x 148 mm in size (or 8.3 x 5.8 inches if you prefer Imperial measurements), and holds 200 individual grass tufts of varying sizes, ranging from large patches of foliage to small clumps. They've also been specifically designed to stand up straight, adding a little extra height to the bases of your models. Once you've finished painting your miniatures, simply peel off the tufts you want to use and stick them to your bases using a dab of Citadel PVA Glue.
Although many battlefields quickly turn into muddy quagmires when combat begins, armies often march across verdant fields when on the warpath. With many realms and worlds sporting at least some greenery, it’s common for soldiers to begin their campaigns surrounded by abundant plant life.
The rigours of battle, hot climates, and other harsh environments take a toll on native plant life, with many formerly verdant fields reduced to dry straw by passing armies. Even so, many plants hold onto life, and can often be found around an army marching through particularly parched lands.