HYPERTUFA: Make Your Own Rustic, Lightweight, and Durable Planters

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Ticket show details + $25.00 (USD)  / ticket  

* Please note that a maximum number of 10 tickets can be purchased for this event per order.


  • April 4, 2017
    6:00 PM - 7:30 PM

Hypertufa is the IDEAL material for making one-of-a-kind plant containers and garden art! Once you’ve worked with hypertufa (a combination of cement, peat moss, and perlite), you’ll discover how easy and fun it is to make unique, perfectly-sized vessels. Hypertufa can be scraped, brushed, colored, or imprinted with your unique designs – or you may just like the rustic look of an unfinished pot. Once it’s properly “cured,” hypertufa is incredibly lightweight and long-lasting in our extreme Ohio weather.

SESSION 1: What is hypertufa, and what makes it so strong and light? Learn how to measure and mix the raw materials, choose a molding container, and create a release-ready* pot.

SESSION 2 (optional): Release your pots from the mold, embellish the surface if desired, and take your unique creation home.

*You can take your pot home at the end of Session 1 – IF you can transport it carefully!

Instructor will provide hypertufa materials, gloves, dust mask, and a handout with recipes and instructions. Dress to get messy.

CLASS SIZE IS LIMITED TO 10 PARTICIPANTS!

THE INSTRUCTOR: Tisa Watts is the Columbus Garden Coach. A landscape designer, educator, and public speaker for over 15 years, Tisa’s passion is engaging others in eco-friendly, low-maintenance, and FUN edible and ornamental gardening. She is available for in-depth landscape consultations, seasonal pruning of shrubs and small trees, and other garden-related activities.

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Venue Phone: 6149465553

Address:
4760 N High, Columbus, OHIO, US, 43214

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