How to Make a Homegrown Stone Pot
The bigger a pot, the more it costs. Why not make your own inexpensive container, one that can withstand the test of time and the elements?
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Patterned after the real stone troughs once used to water livestock in England, the modern-day hypertufa trough is considerably more lightweight and can be fashioned into a variety of shapes, sizes and colors, as determined by its creator — you. Due to the durable materials with which they're constructed, these containers are able to withstand the elements and only look better with time. Once you get the hang of constructing these homemade containers, you'll be making them in no time at all.
Due to the durable materials with which they're constructed, these containers are able to withstand the elements and only look better with time.
Be sure to gather all of your materials prior to starting this project.
Prepare the Mold
Prepare your mold ahead of time so you can easily dump the mix into it when ready.
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