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Concrete balls nestled in shade garden... in the PNW and other wet areas, these will soon turn into moss balls!

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

this would look neat as a fill-in (those spaces in the backyard where neither human, nor animal treads! --- Hypertufa balls

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

DIY Plant Containers! Hypertufa was developed in the 1930s to replicate the stone troughs that were popular among English gardeners in the late 19th and early 20th centuries. The lightweight stand-ins were not only easier to come by, but also easier to transport. Thanks to their porous nature, the pots were ideal for plants needing good drainage. Hypertufa containers are still practical in the garden and simple to create.

I do love spheres in the garden and the hanging ceramic beads add an eclectic artistic touch of creativity.

DIY Concrete Orbs add dimension in outdoor landscapes. Love!

DIY Concrete garden spheres. Great way to use up left over cement from curbing around my new flower beds

HYPERTUFA. RIKTIG BLANDING: To deler sement, to deler verniculite og én del ugjødslet torv blir den perfekte hypertufa-blanding.

Concrete sphere from an inexpensive light cover. I love-love this idea for my future butterfly garden, to give them a place to sit in the sun (though it may not be flat enough? They're little...). I'd probably make it hypertufa so it'd be lighter. And, I'd bury it a little so it'd look completely round.

How To Make Decorative Garden Balls. I Think I May Try This With One Of Those Cheap Rubber Balls You Can Get At The Dollar Store, Or Even Some Cheap Foam Balls!!!