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  • Paula Smith

    storagegeek: How to Turn Coffee Tins into a Hanging Herb Garden » Curbly Wow, this just might be the answer to my indoor herb garden dilemma! Check out the great how to over at Curbly!

  • Pa Beth

    Art hanging herb garden ideas

  • Stacey Baldini

    Growing herbs indoors - hanging herb garden!

  • Melissa

    Coffee can upsides down hanging herb gardenThe Lazy Lady's Guide to DIY: Hanging Herb Garden

  • Casey McCann

    DIY coffee can hanging garden

  • Kimberly Smith

    Here’s a fun idea for a kitchen herb garden. You’ve seen the upside down tomato plants, so why not upside down any plants? Head over to Persephone Magazine to get the tutorial for this Hanging Herb Garden.

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Hanging coffee cup herb garden. So perfect.

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!

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this is adorable! i would love this on my carport ...or tiny screened porch if it would fit.