Container Gardening / Hyper Tufa – Backyard Farmer

| October 3, 2010 | 9 Comments


Urban Trail Gardens owner Ron Harvey talks about a simple method to make your own lightweight containers. Produced by Backyard Farmer, Nebraska’s premier gardening program. Visit us at byf.unl.edu

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  1. jaythestingray says:

    Cool. I may give these a shot. Great video

  2. LolaAndBebe says:

    I know I am a little late on commenting on this but I just found your YouTube, GREAT, how did you make the one hypertufa that looks like it has tennis ball imprints on the side? THANK YOU!

  3. bucslim says:

    jhappytoes – Yes, I believe you do. You could either do that when you are making the mold or drill them when the pot has hardened.

  4. jlhappytoes says:

    I am thinkin about making hypertufa containers. do you put holes on them for drainage

  5. JMCMarketing says:

    Great video!

    Great way to make inexpensive pots for gardening. Since watching this I have made some of my own and it works great. I love hypertufa! Excellent demonstration!

  6. JMCMarketing says:

    Great video!

    Great way to make inexpensive pots for gardening. Since watching this I have made some of my own and it works great. I love hypertufa! Excellent demonstration!

  7. MsHerbalist says:

    Yes, thank you for the demonstration!
    Great job!

  8. bucslim says:

    Glad you liked it. Check out some of our other videos.

  9. BlueSkyTX says:

    Thanks for demonstrating this technique. — very helpful!

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