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Great tutorial on making hypertufa (that's lightweight concrete folks)

.Make out of wood or plastic instead...Inspirational words for learning, reading etc...Read, Learn, Listen

vegetable garden--love the idea of using feeding troughs!>> easyvegetablestog...

DIY planting pots from concrete made with 2 lightly oiled molds. Don't forget to add an object that will create space for the hole for the water to be able to drain.

Genius website! Great blend of thriller, filler, spiller, using cannas as the tallest.

Hypertufa trough Modeled after ancient stone troughs used to hold water and feed for livestock, these troughs are made from hypertufa, an artificial stone product. Easy to make, these cool containers work in any style garden. Once you learn the secret to making these containers, you may not want to stop. A grouping of containers of various sizes makes a striking garden collection

Here at Boxcroft we make our Hypertufa Troughs for miniature gardens.

rhubarb forcing pots - Rhubarb can also be forced outdoors during the winter by placing large light-proof pots (like plastic garbage cans) over the crowns and if possible insulating with straw, or better still, fresh horse manure which is warm and will speed up the forcing process. www.rhubarbinfo.c...

terracotta and topiary, unknown location by iandjbannerman, via Flickr