|Nick Gershberg is the coordinator of the Arthur Ross Greenhouse at Barnard College. A former intern at the Brooklyn Botanic Garden, he is trained in plant propagation and bonsai technique and specializes in container horticulture.|
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Making a hyper-tufa planter is like making mud pies: messy and fun! Use peat moss, perlite, cement, and water to create a lightweight container that mimics the look of an old stone English watering trough. Hypertufa planters are the perfect vessels for highlighting small plants, including herbs and more...