Quirky Hypertufta Planters


Hypertufta planters are beautiful and modern concrete planters for the garden. John Gillespie & Christina Symons are the authors of Sow Simple: 100+ Green and Easy Projects to Make Your Garden Awesome (Harbour Publishing). They share how to make your own and it is so much easier than you might think!

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Hypertufta planters are a very affordable concrete garden project.
John Gillespie & Christina Symons are the authors of Sow Simple: 100+ Green and Easy Projects to Make Your Garden Awesome (Harbour Publishing) stopped by the blog to share how to make these planters
You will need a pair of similarly shaped moulds, Concrete ready mix Organic matter, peat moss, cocoa husks, wood chips or sawdust Rubber gloves, plastic lining, sticks, and water.
Make sure that one of your moulds is 25% smaller than the other. Mix your concrete and you are ready to create your own planter. Visit the blog for full instructions. http://gardentherapy.ca/quirky-hypertufa-planters/
This is what your final product should look like if using round bowls as moulds.
Aren't they just so modern and so beautiful? Such a fabulous job and I love that they are an easy and affordable project.

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