Hyper Tufa Troughs Monday 27th April

Learn how to make ‘hyper tufa’ (an artificial tufa rock) and create a small planting trough/container for your garden.

This half day workshop is suitable for beginners and the price includes all materials to make a small trough (up to around 40cm in diameter – so that you are able to carry it home!) You will learn the principles of making and using the material so that you can make more at home. Hypertufa is very versatile and we feel sure that you will be inspired to make more!

Monday 27th April 1-4pm 40€ per person (NOW FULLY BOOKED SEE BELOW TO REQUEST AN EXTRA DATE)

**You will make your trough (it will look a bit like a mud pie!) and we will discuss the ‘aftercare’ and drying/curing process. We recommend that you leave your trough here with us for at least a week to allow drying time before moving it, however if you are too far away to call back for it and/or wish to take it home with you on the day you will need a sturdy plastic crate or wooden board or tray large enough and sturdy enough to carry it back in your car without it moving too much. (you will be able to do minor repairs for several hours before the mix starts to harden)

THIS WORKSHOP IS NOW FULLY BOOKED, PLEASE GET IN TOUCH USING THE CONTACT FORM BELOW TO REQUEST EXTRA DATES 
You can book onto this workshop using the online payment system below. Once we receive notification of your booking we will contact you with further information. If you have any trouble using this system or prefer to pay by cheque then you can use the contact form below to get in touch to check availability and request a booking form. You can use this contact form for any other questions.


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