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Creating Hypertufa: Rose-Hill Gardens Video Series Episode One__3 1/2 gallons portland cement(not quikcrete) 2 gallons sand, 2 1/2 gallons peatmoss. Break up peat well and remove large twigs and such. Mix well until no sand or peat can be seen. This dry mix will store well and can be wet as needed.

Leo of Rose-Hill Gardens in Wisconsin demonstrates how to create custom hypertufa bowls, pots and planters. These hand-made planters are a unique, rustic way to feature any of the 100+ miniature perennials that Rose-Hill Gardens carries.

Making a Styrofoam Planter - It's Almost Hypertufa

Making a Styrofoam Planter – It’s Almost Hypertufa ! This one can be done in a few hours, ready to plant as a gift!