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  • Christi Bell

    Recycled Shutter Mason Jar Herb Garden.... Man, I should've kept that old shutter!!

  • Sassi

    For those that are limited on space and still ike to have a little of the outdoors inside... why not try the Mason Jar Herb Garden idea that I found on line.  You can use inside or outside!! This i...

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DIY herb gardens. Cut the soda bottle or any plastic bottle with a cover. Turn upside down; attach to board. I'm thinking of leaving the cover to the bottle on; punch in a few holes to drain excess water, but not have the soil drain out also.

Create a wooden vertical herb garden with Bjurön plant pots from IKEA.

Indoor Herb Garden - no instructions on the website, but it's pretty self explanatory. I am thinking it could be simplified by using a over-the-door shelving unit on a kitchen pantry door.

The best collection of great herb gardens in jars. Come see how to plant and grow herbs in mason jars or any jar with these 15 great links.

Patio herb garden. I like the idea of the graduated containers. Builds height in a corner for my deck. Easy enough--just poke holes in the bottoms of the containers, which I can get from a local tractor or garden supply store.

Now I know what to do with my shoe hanger when I move into the duplex. We need a way to grow stuff without crowding the patio or taking up space on the grass. Schweet!