Hypertufa Trough Workshops
Beth Jimenez and Amelia Lane, JCRA Volunteers
March 11, 2006 (Saturday) – 9:00 AM–12:00 PM
March 11, 2006 (Saturday) – 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.
Cost: $30.00 (members only). Fee includes all materials except mold and plywood work surface.
Registration: Contact Chris Glenn at (919) 513-7005 or firstname.lastname@example.org 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).
Location: Amelia Lane's residence in Raleigh, North Carolina.
Directions: Directions will be provided prior to the workshop.
Parking: Free parking is available in Amelia Lane's neighborhood.
Questions: Contact Chris Glenn at (919) 513-7005 or email@example.com for more information about this event.