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Hypertufa and Concrete Discussion Forum

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From the Latin hyper (over, excessively) and tufus (volcanic rock that is porous and crumbly), Hypertufa is a lightweight, manmade stone-like material created with aggregates bonded together by Portland cement. Because of its weight and ability to withstand freezing temperatures, it is a favorite for creating garden ornaments and containers.

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