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    FAKE ROCKs out of boxes covered with garbage bags, then covered the boxes with chicken wire, then covered "rock" with about 3 inches of pigmented hypertufa (portland cement, sand, peat moss mix).

    How to Make Fake Rocks with Concrete~ get the water feature you want without hiring heavy equipment.

    Fake Boulders- how to make rocks... this guy knows what he is talking about

    Cómo hacer rocas falsas con hormigón: 9 pasos (con fotos) - How to Make Fake Rocks with Concrete: 9 Steps (with Pictures)

    To cover the ugly crayola green septic lid!!! No way I'm paying $200 for a fake rock, I'll make one myself! :) How to Make Fake Rocks with Concrete: 9 Steps (with Pictures)

    Fake Boulders- how to make rocks

    Rock garden pond

    Create realistic boulders and rocks with a hypertufa mixture

    How to Make Fake Rocks with Concrete. Cool color variations too! Great way to make artificial rocks and boulders for front yard landscaping!

    Cool idea for a diy rain chain

    How to make mushrooms from cement or hypertufa

    hypertufa recipe! Make your own garden decor! Much Lighter then concrete!

    A Handful of Hypertufa Hands: I had so much fun with these hypertufa hands - they're tricky to make, because they break so easily, but boy, are they effective. If you have some surgical gloves, some Portland cement and a bit of peat moss and perlite, you need to do these...

    Forcing bulbs in water and rocks


    I made these garden sculptures that look surprisingly like purple allium. Chicken wire, plastic coated garden stakes, and spray paint. I saw the idea on the @ParadisExpress blog via @AnnieHaven Thanks!

    Make Your Own Hypertufa Container Hypertufa looks like stone but weighs less and takes whatever shape you want

    How pretty is this fence covered with suspended flowerpots? More colorful touches for outdoor decorating: via Gayle Robertson Robertson Roberts Merry Homes and Gardens

    Mix your clematis WOW!

    Copper garden stake, small bowl/plate, beads, coper wire, wrapped stained glass