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Many of you may have heard of hypertufa, a mixture comprised usually of perlite, sand, peat moss and portland cement. Used first by alpine gardeners to emulate the natural tufa rock often associate...

Papercrete Pots by Lee Coates - recipe and instructions here. Finally, something constructive with my shredded junk mail!

DIY kruk van beton. Would love to try working with concrete some day

DIY Concrete Stool via Remodelista -then maybe put one of those beautiful concrete stains on it?

diy Hypertufa:  a mixture of Portland cement, sand and peat moss. If you want you can replace the sand with perlite, it makes the pots and trays a lot lighter as perlite weighs almost nothing. Tufan takes a little longer to harden than ordinary concrete.

Casting in hypertufa is fun and not at all difficult. Hypertufa is a mixture of Portland cement, sand and peat moss. If you want you can replace the sand with perlite, it makes the pots and trays a lot lighter as perlite weighs almost nothing.

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Rustikal, aber schick! So einfach kannst du Deko aus Beton selber machen

DIY concrete letter- use craft store cardboard letters as a concrete mold. Should work with Hypertufa too.

Austin Artisan Profile: Zachary Aric Zamora

How to Make Modern Cement Planters Using Packaging

We've shown you gorgeous modern concrete planters before on AT, like local artisan Zachary Aric Zamora and his variance vessels

Concrete leaf castings made from real leaves. They are all hand filed and hand painted.:

Gorgeous concrete leaf castings made from real leaves. They are all hand filed and hand painted.

DIY Concrete Garden Hands by britta.hansen.900

Concrete hands cup a plant. diy concrete hands planter using cement and old rubber gloves.

Leaching Your New Hypertufa Pot - The Hypertufa Gardener

Leaching Your New Hypertufa Pot

Leaching Your New Hypertufa Pot: For small pots, soak with a mild vinegar & water solution for days. For larger pieces, times a day mist with water that has a little vinegar added then hose off for 5 days.

Hypertufa- (1) Mix cement, peat & perlite

How to make Hypertufa Troughs

tutorial to make Hypertufa planters. Equal parts portland cement, peat moss and perlite. Lighter than stone planters, but weather like them.

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