DIY concrete planter! The easiest and cheapest version I've found. You can reuse the same tote as a mold. Brilliant.

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DIY concrete planter! The easiest and cheapest version I've found. You can reuse the same tote as a mold. Brilliant.

Hypertufa pots made of plastic storage containers. Before the concrete sets, poke a drainage hole. Hypertufa How-To: http://www.bhg.com/gardening/container/plans-ideas/make-a-hypertufa-trough/                                                                                                                                                      More

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Hypertufa pots made of plastic storage containers. Before the concrete sets, poke a drainage hole. Hypertufa How-To: http://www.bhg.com/gardening/container/plans-ideas/make-a-hypertufa-trough/ More

HOW TO MAKE CONCRETE MUSHROOMS. Dig a hole in the ground and line it with plastic. Fill the cavity with cement. Reinforce with a piece of window screen.The stem is formed with a cut off 2-liter plastic bottle. Isnt that clever? When cement is dry, tip it over and stand it up and there you are. Another pinner pushed in a PVC pipe into the stem to create a post that you sink into the ground to stabilize the mushroom.

HOW TO MAKE CONCRETE MUSHROOMS. Dig a hole in the ground and line it with plastic. Fill the cavity with cement. Reinforce with a piece of window screen.The stem is formed with a cut off 2-liter plastic bottle. Isnt that clever? When cement is dry, tip it over and stand it up and there you are. Another pinner pushed in a PVC pipe into the stem to create a post that you sink into the ground to stabilize the mushroom.

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Tufa 'shrooms - Hypertufa Forum - GardenWeb

Tufa 'shrooms - Hypertufa Forum - GardenWeb

How To Make Hypertufa Sculptures - Bing Images

How To Make Hypertufa Sculptures - Bing Images

making hypertufa garden art projects

making hypertufa garden art projects

Use up leftover concrete, sand or vermiculite from your last project to create these whimsical garden mushrooms. Repurposed plastic baseball bats and used containers or bowls create the moulds for these concrete fungi – a fab addition to any landscape. While not all varieties of mushroom are welcome in the yard, these concrete copies are cool.

Use up leftover concrete, sand or vermiculite from your last project to create these whimsical garden mushrooms. Repurposed plastic baseball bats and used containers or bowls create the moulds for these concrete fungi – a fab addition to any landscape. While not all varieties of mushroom are welcome in the yard, these concrete copies are cool.

Cute hypertufa mushroom

A Small Round Mushroom - snails sold separately in the Crete-tures secion - Taken For Granite Art

Cute hypertufa mushroom

Recipe for Tufa - perlite resists water whereas vermiculite will absorb it

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Recipe for Tufa - perlite resists water whereas vermiculite will absorb it

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