Hypertufa Hands-Blue Fox Farm. I never would have thought to fill a latex glove with cement then put it in a bowl so hands curve and then dry. Great idea! Idea, Work Gloves, Hands Made, Surgical Gloves, Plants, Gardens Planters, Hands Planters, Hypertufa Hands, Succulent Planters
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Hypertufa: Odd word for a lovely pot. Handmade hypertufa pots are easier to make than you'd think. Almost anyone can make them at home with just four ingredients -- Portland cement, perlite, water and either peat moss or potting soil. You don't need a pottery wheel, and you don't need a firing oven.
There are as many recipes for hypertufa... At the end of this article. This also links to nice travel blog about gardens
Start With One Of These Hypertufa Recipes And Learn The Basics Here are 4 proven, reliable and time-tested hypertufa recipes that will help assure your next project will be headed for a successful outcome. These have been used by scores of hypertufa novices and artisans alike. I've also included mixing tips and guidelines to help you cut out any guesswork.
Concrete Hand Planter Tutorial - For a quirky planter that doubles as garden art, fill an old work glove with prepared cement in a bucket to curve the fingers. Allow time to set then remove glove carefully and plant out. Make a pair or just one at a time. Hardy succulents are a perfect choice for this kind of micro garden. | The Micro Gardener