Hypertufa Class | In-person class
March 26 @ 10:00 am - 12:00 pm
Let’s put on some gloves and get our hands dirty! Hypertufa pots are fun, unique, and easy-to-make containers for your home garden. These containers are made by combining Portland cement, perlite, peat moss, and water. The resulting material looks like concrete but is very lightweight.
The best way to learn is hands-on! In this class, you’ll be making a flower pot(s) to take home and learning the step-by-step process to making hypertufa pots. This hobby is addictive, so once you start, you won’t want to stop! You’ll take home directions, care instructions, and creative ideas to further your garden experience.
Capacity is limited, so reserve your spot today!
Additional Information: This class will take place in-person at the Huntsville Botanical Garden in an indoor space. Please come prepared to get messy! Wear old clothes, avoid wearing jewelry, and bring heavy-duty dishwashing gloves. All visitors, staff, and volunteers are asked to follow the recommendations of the CDC regarding face masks/coverings and social distancing. These recommendations may vary based on an individual’s circumstances, so individuals should refer to the CDC to determine what recommendations are applicable to them.
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February 26, 2022 at 10:00 a.m. – 12:00 p.m.
March 26, 2022 at 10:00 a.m. – 12:00 p.m.
About the Instructor:
Rebecca has been teaching hypertufa classes for a decade and loves adding new, unique containers to her home landscape! Rebecca holds a Master of Science degree in Horticulture from North Carolina State University and a Bachelor of Science in Agriculture from Stephen F. Austin State University. She discovered her passion for public horticulture and teaching through her mom and her various employments at the SFA Mast Arboretum, “Nacogdoches Naturally” Education Program, Missouri Botanical Garden, JC Raulston Arboretum, and Moore Farms Botanical Garden. At the Huntsville Botanical Garden, she serves as the Director of Learning and Public Engagement. She has a strong passion for educating the community, leadership, public horticulture, and sharing her love for the outdoors while teaching. She and her husband Christopher love their shared interest of horticulture and enjoy every moment outside with their sweet daughters Emilia and Ila.