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raised garden beds

Posted by greenlydia (My Page) on
Sun, May 28, 06 at 20:24

I want to replace my old raised cedar beds. Someone said they used concrete bricks stacked dry and then covered with hypertufa, adding some neat ceramic tiles and leaf inlays. Any and all advice will be welcome. I've never used hypertufa and frankly, don't really understand what it is. Someone, teach me! Thanks

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RE: raised garden beds

You may find interesting reading (and learning)in the FAQ pages.

Here is a link that might be useful: All about Hypertufa

RE: raised garden beds

Hey puddle of mud...........if that has any reference to what hypertufa is, I am SO there! I love playing with mud and I will check out the web site. Thanks so much.

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