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Leo of Rose-Hill Gardens in Wisconsin demonstrates how to create custom hypertufa bowls, pots and planters. These hand-made planters are a unique, rustic way to feature any of the 100+ miniature perennials that Rose-Hill Gardens carries.

I'd always thought it would be fun to make a planter out of a tree stump but they are so heavy to lug home when I see one discarded on the side of the road. A large log like this one. however, I think I can manage! Isn't it gorgeous? From A Proverb 31 Wife

Easy to make concrete bowls and planters. I'm going to try and see how easy it is.

Here are the rough proportions for the mix by volume: two parts Portland cement, three parts sifted peat, three parts perlite. You'll need much less of the reinforcing fibers, about a handful. Here's another way of looking at it. To

Hypertufa hand planter tutorial - definitely will be making these this summer. Super idea!

Moss Making Recipe: 2 cups buttermilk or plain yogurt 1 - 1 1/2 cups of chopped-up moss (Fresh or Dried)

Love the lights in the bottom of the pot making the branches glow! I will be doing this uniquely!

Hypertufa head planter, some instructions for mold

Instructions for making hypertufa planters. I would like to try and make statues from this mix. Maybe coat dolls?