Tuesday, July 17, 2012

Make Hypertufa Containers

How to Make Your Own Hypertufa Container.

Hypertufa is known to be a stone container that is man-made from different bonded aggregates with the use of Portland cement. Hypertufa containers are usually used as garden ornament troughs, pots, rocks, bird baths and stepping stones. The container looks like a rock but can be made into any shape that you desire.

Thursday, July 12, 2012

Hypertufa Recipes

Some Recipes that Needed for Making Hypertufa.
There are lots of recipes for making hypertufa. If you prefer a heavy hypertufa, you need to make them using heavier ingredients. When you are reading hypertufa or concrete recipes, the initial ingredient listed should be cement. For the hypertufa mixture ingredients, include one part cement, one part peat, one part perlite and one part sand.

Saturday, July 7, 2012

How to Make Hypertufa Pots

Hypertufa is an artificial rock that is frequently used for gardening. It is usually made as pots because unlike those that are made from concrete, hypertufa pots are lighter and do not break during the winter season. Hypertufa pots are great for many kinds of plants but they are most effective on fleshy or succulent types such as cactus and aloe.

Monday, July 2, 2012

How to Make a Hypertufa Planter

How to make hypertufa planters are rather inexpensive and you can form it into any size and shape the way you want it. With everybody’s effort in turning green and adapt the 3 R’s principle - Reduce, Recycle and Reuse - it is but natural that you find alternative ways in enhancing your garden without too much cost and by using materials that are eco-friendly.

Wednesday, June 27, 2012

Hypertufa How To Create

How to Create Beautiful Hypertufa Garden Art Objects

Gardens are the most interesting place where you can add a touch of your creativity and make it as one of your hobbies while staying home. The most popular art objects that are included now in some gardens are hypertufa. Hypertufa is a term used for anthropic rocks that are bonded together with the use of Portland cement.