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    • Karen Kinney

      Mason Jar Wall Planters - This amazing idea from Not Just A House Wife uses hanging mason jars as an indoor herb garden! This idea isn�t just limited to a herb garden you could also use it for storage or decorations, and I think it would work especially well for storing bathroom supplies.

    • Autumn Bentz

      I LOVE this mason jar wall planter. Such a great idea! In the kitchen herb garden?

    • Brenda Eastman

      Mason Jar Herb garden wall planter ~ I don't have space for a "real" herb garden so this is a fabulous idea!

    • Joy Utecht

      container gardening - this idea is great for herbs right near the kitchen--with clay flowerpots on the deck rails?

    • Juliet Bowen

      Genius Idea for an indoor herb #garden #masonjar #planter

    • Fenix Faux

      Indoor herb garden idea -Plants from Wal-Mart on clearance a little more than a dollar a piece. Small bag of potting soil. Pipe clamps came in a 2 pack for $2 and change. Wood= scrap wood. Project was less than $20.00.

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    Coolest thing ever for my kitchen. Mason Jar herb planters for the wall. I bet this would keep my herbs in the kitchen away from a cat I know! Cant wait to do this in fall so they over winter. Fresh basil here I come all winter! They need to easily slip in and out of their brackets to be convenient.

    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.

    I pinned this forever ago and it got deleted. But this is what I've been working on for months now. Anna Malcolm, ours are more than just 4 herbs.

    Mason Jar Herb Garden (hint - put small stones in bottom to allow the dirt to drain and you can monitor how much water is in there.. also for water use either, a long spout watering can, a spritz bottle or just shove a few ice cubes in there, they will water as they melt... no mess) put in a sunny spot so that herbs will thrive!

    Rue Magazine (September/October 2010). Designed by Victoria Smith. Photographed by Tinywater.

    indoor herbs . . . in lovely pots add to elegance and beauty. In the summer, they can go outside.

    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!

    mason jar planters: gonna have to make these for growing herbs in back of my stove...wonder if I can get grow bulbs for the overhead fan....and by herbs, I mean basil, chives, thyme, etc.!! :)