WATER BASINS FOR BEES & BIRDS Saturday May 18, 9am to 12pm, @ Fairfax Backyard Farmer
Craft your own Hypertufa water basin for your garden, and support your local Bees and Birds! Hypertufa is a method European method used by alpine gardeners in the 30's, where concrete mortar, sand and coir fiber are cast to create a stone-like structure with the look and feel of ancient sculpted rock. Hypertufas work to convert any backyard into an oasis for birds and pollinators in your area -- and for beekeepers, this water basin will supply the gallon/day requirement colonies consume during the dry California summer and fall months!
This hypertufa mixture is an affordable medium for crafting garden decorations, pots and sculptures that are natural-looking and lightweight. Whether you design a smooth, modern bowl or a rustic, free-form shape, your basin will be a uniquely designed piece of art to be enjoyed by people, bees and birds alike!
Joe Triglia Tufarock Design
My name is Joe Triglia. I am an artist, designer, avid gardener and small business owner residing in West Sacramento California. I started working with different blends of concrete to develop unique vessels for my growing collection of succulents & cacti. My handcrafted pottery and succulent arrangements really resonated with folks so I began sharing them with the public at craft festivals and farmers markets. You can now find them at Nurseries, Florists, Grocery Stores and other locations throughout the Sacramento area.
Registration for this class is currenlty on Hold.
***NOTE: All materials, molds and sculpting tools provided. Wear worn, comfortable clothing.
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135 Bolinas Rd Fairfax,Ca 94930
Regular Hours are in Effect Wend-Friday 11am-6pm Saturday 12-5pm Sunday 12-6pm Supplies available for Curbside Pickup, Doorway Sales and Local Delivery
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