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The Dirty Hands Garden Club: Hypertufa Pot (Postponed)
April 25 @ 1:00 pm - 3:30 pm
The Dirty Hands Garden Club features gardening and environmental stewardship workshops. Get your hands dirty and learn how to grow native plants, save water, and make your own planter. Register for one workshop or register for all three for the discounted price of $49 members, $67 non-members for all three workshops. To receive the discounted price, you must register and pay for all three workshops by January 18. 1/25/2020: Gardening for Wildlife 2/29/2020: Make Your Own Rain Barrel 4/25/2020: Hypertufa Pot Hypertufa Pot
Make a beautiful outdoor garden container that will last for years. Old stone sinks and animal troughs have been used to grow plants for many years and are now scarce and very expensive. But we can make them from hypertufa, a rustic, textured type of artificial stone you make in molds of various shapes. It is lighter than regular concrete and will not be damaged by freezing after it is completely cured. We will also make a moss mixture to take home to grow moss on the outside of your hypertufa pot.
Pre-register and pre-pay by April 18. Cost: $16 members, $22 non-members.