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Hypertufa planting spheres. Image via Woodward Greenhouse.

Hypertufa is intended as a manufactured substitute for natural tufa, which is a slowly precipitated limestone rock; being very porous,

Nicole de Vesian Garden "le jardin de La Louve" Clive Nichols photography... captivating, no?

Hypertufa is a fav hobby of mine- always like to learn more! Great article- Hypertufa make your own planters

Modern hypertufa cement planter pot w/ succulent plants, LOCAL BAY AREA only via Etsy

DIY: hypertufa pots -these look fantastic and easy too.

Pinning this to remind myself to go for the big effect: buy the big pot. Buy several. More impact than piddling money away on small stuff--and way more style.

Love this color combo - lime, pink & purple!

hypertufa planter - I really like the organic look of this one...

Mix Materials: Wearing gloves and a dust mask, mix equal parts white Portland cement (gray can be substituted for non-tinted vessels) perlite, and peat moss in a large bin; stir in masonry stain if desired. Add water gradually to reach the desired consistency.

These look like concrete ball planters. Almost modern and ancient or antique at the same time.