Hypertufa Pot Workshop
Hypertufa, is a lightweight material that can be formed into beautiful rustic containers for plants, especially cacti and succulents. Learn the techniques for mixing and molding your own pots to take home. In the first class we will create the pots, which need a week to cure. We will remove the pots from their mold during the second class. Please bring your own dishwashing rubber gloves to protect your hands and prepare to get dirty!
Class is limited to 10 participants.
This is a two-part class that takes place on Fridays, March 29 and April 5
Please bring your own dish washing rubber gloves. Prepare to get dirty – please dress appropriately.
Class limited to 10 participants.
Time: 9 to 11 a.m.
Class availability limitations: Full
Jennifer Walker, Garden Docent
Jennifer Walker was born and raised in Tucson and is a lifetime gardener with a special interest in cactus and succulents. Jennifer has been making hypertufa pots for over ten years and she loves to teach others how to make and enjoy them. A longtime fan of the Gardens, Jennifer became a Tucson Botnaical Gardens Docent in February 2016.