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How to Make a Hypertufa Planter

How to Make a Hypertufa Planter or Pot

Learnhow to create a planter made with hypertufa, a material that has an ancient, hand-hewn quality. They are perfect for alpines, succulents, mosses and more.

Hypertufa Millstones - my most ambitious project to date... Garden Art | Rustic Crafts

Hypertufa Millstone - my largest garden feature yet

Hypertufa Millstones - my most ambitious project to date... Garden Art | Rustic Crafts

Hypertufa Toadstools - enter the magic kindgom... Rustic Garden Art | Hypertufa Project

Hypertufa Toadstools - perfect accent for a fairy garden

say it with Cement: Oh, Balls! and Orbs

say it with Cement: Oh, Balls! and Orbs - good idea for ball-shaped mold for concrete. A lot of good ideas for working with concrete and hypertufa

garden balls

Concrete Outdoors Ideas- An Elegant Outdoors Project

Set of 6 hypertufa moss growing garden balls, gardening spheres, art, unique decor, great gift for the gardener

LOVE this hypertufa column! This whole thread is full of howto's, ideas, and encouragement.

Hypertufa column planter for kitties! Wrap column in jute then add carpet to to planter and Voila kitty tower!

This taller fissure is really different from anything I've ever made before - it's hard to imagine that the plants will stay in place, but they like the rough surface to get a toehold in...

Hypertufa - playing with mud

Creating Hypertufa Fissures to plant hardy succulents into is a fun way to copy the cracks, crevices and craggs of a rugged mountainside; a home for hardy alpine plants.

Make beautiful garden containers that will last for years with this wonderful hypertufa technique. The term "hypertufa" refers to a type of artificial stone, and is a conglomerate of the words "tufa," a natural volcanic rock, and "hyper," a prefix meaning excessively or extremely; hypertufa are extremely rock-like containers.

Hypertufa Pots

Hypertufa Pots Enrich your green space with projects from the gardening experts at "The Martha Stewart Show," including beautiful stone containers, elegant plant stands, and handy tool holders.

Cement and Peat Moss

…amazing and durable for outdoor garden ornaments or planters.

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