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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.

cedar leaning planters! i'd love 1 (or 3!) to grow a garden of herbs on our lanai. with a bad back, it'd be easier to garden w/o bending. Handmade by my bff's (@Cyndy Andrews Ristucci husband! $39

Vintage tin herb garden, and 15-fabulous-indoor-garden-ideas

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.

Herb bouquet table setting! Great idea for a party favor that can be cut from around the garden! Follow Fernwood for other fun ideas like this one.

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.

utilize the restorative healing power of greens and fresh herbs. be creative, the possibilities are endless.

Got Herbs? Try this out in a Hanging Pocket Shoe Rack -This is perfect if you just have a small outdoor space. Just poke a few holes on the bottom of each pouch and fill with good soil, then a small rooted herb plant. If you water from the top, it trickles down to the lower 'pocket', like a waterfall, so don't over water!

A Potted Herb Garden What to plant: Various herbs can share the same pot, but make sure they are compatible by reading the care tags. Water-loving basil and curly parsley (shown, near left) make good partners, whereas rosemary, sage, and oregano (rear) all prefer a slightly drier environment. Or try different varieties of one plant, such as common, lemon, and silver thyme (front).

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