She’s glad to share all of the ingredients, “It’s Portland cement, peatmoss, vermiculite and water, all stuff that came out of the ground. So it’s all natural, requires no energy or electricity to cure it, so it’s very ecofriendly.”
|Catherine Krafcik of
Crazy Lady in the Window
The Krafciks have a small studio at their home in Celo, North Carolina, outside Burnsville. They regularly offer the hypertufa pots for sale at Israel & Sons Nursery at the WNC Farmers Market in Asheville, Thyme in the Garden in Woodfin, and Reems Creek Nursery in Weaverville. You can learn more about the gardening containers at Visual Dialogue.