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Create your own hypertufa pots

One of the ways to add stone feature into your garden is to grow some plants in hypertufa pots. These pots are not only very natural looking, they look really artful as well. And what is great about this kind of pots is that they are almost weightless!



The technique of making hypertufa pots is quite simple. You can easily make them yourself right at your own home. In the article published by New Straits Times on 27 July 2013, I explained how I made mine.

The technique in pictures:



Have fun making yours!


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Sean L said...

The succulents look so adorable in the hypertufa pots.

Stephanie said...

Sean L, the succulents not only look good in those pots, they grow well in them as well!

Sean L said...

Looks like a must try DIY project! Is there any specific cement that one must use? Or just the usual grey cement from hardware store?

Stephanie said...

Sean L, good question. I used the PYE grey colour O.P. cement that comes in 3kg per pack which I bought from ACE.

Sean L said...

Thanks Stephanie. A good reason to go ACE again :-) I just got peat moss from there, hehe.

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