Fernwood will be offering it’s first hypertufa class of the season on Saturday, May 23rd from 1:00-3:00. This is a fun, hands-on class, and often fills up quickly. Participants will go home with their own hypertufa vessel to plant for the season. Check out our classes page for more information and to register for the class. Tea and scones will be served, come join us!
Apr 22 2015
Sounds like fun, wish I was closer. I did make a couple of bird baths several years back. They’re still going strong.
We wish you lived close enough to join us! I love the possibilities with hypertufa pots, of course planting them out is fun too.
Hope your days are filled with spring activity.
I did my first volunteer gardening of the season this morning. It was nice to come home tired and dirty. 🙂
Yes, we worked outdoors all day as well….it is so good to feel tired from real work. We actually spent time docking lamb tales as well. Poor itty bitty lambs, they don’t love having elastic put on their tails but it has to been done. Otherwise during fly season they could easily become infested. The digging in the dirt a much happier experience for all!
Why oh why must I live so far away!!??? I would so love to come to this class. I have always wanted to learn to make hypertufa. One of these days…..
Would love to have you. Of course coming from so far away you would have to stay for more than a day, you could fill up your time with canoeing, knitting, and plant foraging! Doesn’t that sound like the perfect weekend!