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Making hypertufa pots. Hypertufa is a mixture of Portland cement, perlite, and water

Create rustic, textured containers from a mixture of portland cement, perlite, and water. Once you master this technique, you can make containers in any size.

Hypertufa

Photography by Laura Moss, styling by Meredith McBride Kipp Now that the hectic summer is behind us, it& a great time to catch up with friends over an outdoor art project.

Hypertufa~ can also mix  1 part Portland cement, 2 parts sand, 3 parts shredded paper for a light papercrete version.

Hypertufa~ can also mix 1 part Portland cement, 2 parts sand, 3 parts shredded paper for a light papercrete version.

I sometimes collect baskets to put pots in my garden. Unfortunately they do not last but one season because wicker rots out in the weather. I do not know why I…

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How to Make Hypertufa Pots

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hypertufa pot created by lining a form with bubble wrap. Then the plastic was burned off with a torch.

Pinner says: My hyper tufa pot, I lined the form with bubble wrap and burned off the trapped plastic with a torch - nice look.

Hypertufa- Brush milk or yogurt to encourage moss growth.

Tutorial on making hypertufa pots. lightweight concrete - never heard of it before but now i need to make some ! Cool round balls for the garden galore soon ! It's Not Work, It's Gardening!: A project comes off the list -- sort of

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