What to plant in hypertufa pot. - Knowledgebase Question

Name: Mary McNeill
Buffalo, Ne
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Question by mcmare11
August 19, 2009
I made several small round hypertufa containers and need to know what to plant sucessfully. I was going to give a try at bonsai, but not knowing where to obtain a specimen I may opt for pansy.

Answer from NGA
August 19, 2009
I've made hypertufa containers, too, and the process is lots of fun. I hope you remembered to put drainage holes in the bottoms of your containers! You can plant anything in a hypertufa pot. Bonsai is often sold as indoor plants so you might check that area of the garden. In the meantime, any flowering annual or perennial will grow in your hypertufa. Use potting soil rather than garden soil for whatever you decide to plant. Enjoy!

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