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Create a drainage hole. Wrap in plastic and let it dry for at least one day.

Make Your Own Hypertufa Container

Flatten the intended bottom of the completely covered object for stability, and shape the sides to a desired form. Then poke your finger through the bottom to create a drainage hole.

Make Your Own Hypertufa Container | Fine Gardening

Make Your Own Hypertufa Container

The basic recipe for papercrete is approximately 3 parts paper pulp, 2 parts portland cement and 1 part perlite and other optional fillers.

papercrete for fairy gardens, container gardening, crafts, gardening, Dollar store scalloped edge slad bowl mold

how to make Hypertufa pots!

Since hypertufa pots work so well for hardy succulents such as sedum and sempervivum in my climate, I made more this year.

Make Your Own Hypertufa Container | Fine Gardening 1 part Portland cement 1 1/2 parts sphagnum peat moss 1 1/2 parts perlite

Make Your Own Hypertufa Container

Hypertufa - like concrete but lighter.  DIY planters, sculptures, etc. are online under this name.  This planter was made from the inside of a wicker basket.  I like this one.

FRONT YARD GARDEN IDEA - Hypertufa - like concrete but lighter. DIY planters, sculptures, etc. This planter was made from the inside of a wicker basket.

hypertufa stones

Susan found a broccoli leaf in the garden and we cast it along with our other projects. The detail captured in concrete is amazing.

Hypertufa Project - gargoyle, troll, grot planters for your garden

Hypertufa Grots; whimsical garden art - protect your garden from weeds

Hypertufa Project - gargoyle, troll, grot planters for your garden ---pjm

The Hypertufa Gardener | How To Make "Almost" Hypertufa thehypertufagardener.com

How To Make Styrofoam Planters

Making a Styrofoam planter or almost hypertufa trough with a Styrofoam fish box, ready to plant in a day or two. Method and procedure explained here.

DIY Head Planters | Do it yourself ideas and projects

Soil Sister of the San Joaquin: The Head Gardeners "Carmen Miranda" 1 part each sand, perlite or vermiculite, peat, and cement, then water mixed in to 'cottage cheese' consistency.

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

Make Your Own Hypertufa Container

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