Hypertufa Garden Plante

From the Cornucopia Project

What is hypertufa? It’s a handmade process of mixing Portland cement, peat moss and perlite to a create a rock-like substance perfect for creating planters.  The workshop will be held at the  Cornucopia Community Garden-Peterborough Community Center on Sunday, April 19, from 1:30 to 3 p.m. Participants can bring their creations home to cure just in time for Mother’s Day gift-giving!

Join instructor Donna Quinn as she shares her expertise in making these beautiful planters— perfect for herbs,  flowers, or houseplants.

Class limited to 15 participants and includes all materials.  Please bring rubber gloves.  Cost:  $35. Contact Joyce at joyce@cornucopiaproject.org, or call 784-5069 for more information or to register. View more Community Programs from the Cornucopia Project.

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