Hypertufa Trough Workshops
Beth Jimenez and Amelia Lane, JCRA Volunteers
- Saturday, March 11, 2006 – 9:00 am–12:00 pm
- Saturday, March 11, 2006 – 1:00 pm–4:00 pm
Hypertufa troughs were developed in England as an alternative to old stone sinks. They provide excellent drainage and can highlight those special small plants that you have! A planted trough can be a garden unto itself. We will learn to mix the ingredients, build a container, and release a finished container from its mold.
Bring a container/mold approximately 10" × 15" and 5" deep and a piece of plywood larger than your mold to use as a work surface. Your container can be a metal or sturdy plastic bowl, a thick Styrofoam container, or a dishpan. Be creative!
Both sessions are closed.
- $30.00 (members only). Fee includes all materials except mold and plywood work surface.
- Contact Chris Glenn at (919) 513-7005 or email@example.com to register for this workshop. This workshop is limited to eight participants. Registration is considered complete when payment is received. Cancellations can be made through March 3, 2006 (Friday).
- Amelia Lane's residence in Raleigh, North Carolina.
- Directions will be provided prior to the workshop.
- Free parking is available in Amelia Lane's neighborhood.
- Contact Chris Glenn at (919) 513-7005 or firstname.lastname@example.org for more information about this event.