Consider planting your herb garden in sunken pots. They look clean and organized, and keep the herbs from spreading like crazy!

herb garden in sunken pots. keeps it nice and organized and keeps the herbs from spreading like crazy.like the sunken pot idea for the front flower bed.

vertical garden for tight spaces

Don't have much space to grow your favorite plants? Try building a vertical garden like this one, designed by Susie Frazier. Using salvaged wood, threaded rods and bolts, and a handful of mason jars, you can construct a simple hanging planter to add a lot

Small Storage Sheds • Ideas & Projects! With lots of Tutorials!

Small Storage Sheds • Ideas & Projects

Small Storage Sheds Ideas Projects! With lots of Tutorials! - Gardens For Life

deck herb garden in crates

DIY Deck / herb garden using wine boxes.okay, first get the lovely deck.then the wine boxes.oh, yes, by the shore! THEN get the herbs! I'm in LOVE!

Red Creeping Thyme. grows 3 inches tall max so very neat--no mowing needed ever. beautiful fresh lemony scent.  gorgeous with lavender. perennial. repels mosquitoes. can grow as entire lawn.

Red Creeping Thyme - grows 3 inches tall so very neat, no mowing needed, beautiful fresh lemony scent, perennial. repels mosquitoes, can grow as entire lawn.

DIY Outdoor Planter Pot for $15!

33 Ways Spray Paint Can Make Your Stuff Look More Expensive. Use cheap plastic trash cans as planters. With a little bit of spray paint and they look high end. SO MANY good ideas!

Building a Raised Garden Bed #ProjectGrowOurOwnFood {via My. Daily. Randomness.}

Project Grow Our Own Food: Raised Garden Bed Reveal

Clever raised bed garden idea, gives you walking space to get to all the plants. Good idea to use solar lights too

DIY Raised Garden Beds.

12 Raised Garden Bed Tutorials

Vegetable Garden so smart and artistic. Didja notice that this raised bed is not more than two feet deep? That's very savy because of the limit one can bend over and interact with the farthest reaches of a bed

Raised-bed vegetable garden | I really like the stagger-stack construction of the boxes. A very pleasing look without have do do a lot of difficult cutting. ($250 FOR JUST ONE on Amazon - BWAHAHAHA I can DIY 5 of them for that price...)

Check out that drip irrigation! Would love to do this. c : Alternative Gardning: Raised-bed vegetable garden

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