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  • Judith Hall-Bencic

    Check out this tutorial on how to make a tower of herbs...Perfect for patio planters or best use of small spaces.

  • Jordan Armour

    Finally! A visual how-to on building those beautiful flower pot towers. Wanna put one on my front porches this year!

  • Jo Mar

    Tower of herbs container garden idea by Martha Stewart! Very neat. Great for kitchen herb garden.

  • Karen Winant

    Tower of herbs by Martha Stewart! @Judy Gentle, this would look fantastic on your front porch.

  • bobbi houle

    tower of herbs by martha stewart: Our planter has rosemary, sage, parsley, thyme, oregano, basil, and chives -- all readily available in nurseries and versatile in the kitchen. Any herbs can be used. If you want to grow mint, plant it on its own in the top pot, since it can overwhelm other herbs. Place largest planter in the location selected for the herb garden. Center 1 smaller pot within, upside down (with at least 6 inches of space around the inverted pot); fill ring between the two with potting mix. Repeat to create a second layer with 2 smaller pots, with 4 inches between them. Place final pot right side up on second inverted pot. Fill with potting mix. Plant herbs in all three layers.

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Next spring- I'm all over this Martha! Need: 5 Terra Cotta Planters (1 lg, 2 med, 2 small). Invert one medium into the large, stack the medium on top. Invert a small into the medium and put the small on top. Fill with soil and herbs. Voila! (I might add a bit o'Gorrilla Glue to keep the thing stable?)