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Cocktail Garden - herbs for bartending (or cooking) #edible #herb #gardening

Rachel's Cocktail Garden

cocktail garden - basil, mint, rosemary, and lavender.

A smart and easy way to start a kitchen herb garden... right in a basket! stonegableblog.com

Paint empty soup cans bright summer colors, poke holes, and add a candle inside for an inexpensive lighting option.

How To: Make a One-Pot Indoor Herb Garden — Most Popular Posts

How To: Make a One-Pot Indoor Herb Garden

Multi-herb growing pots for indoors

DIY KITCHEN HERB GARDEN IN A BASKET

KITCHEN HERB GARDEN IN A BASKET

DIY KITCHEN HERB GARDEN IN A BASKET

good idea for our garden! we've got a ton of space on our brick wall, but planting space is a commodity.

Craft How-to: Hanging Herb Garden

we've got a ton of space on our brick wall, but planting space is a commodity.

[herbs] the kitchn "How to Make a One-Pot Indoor Herb Garden"

How To: Make a One-Pot Indoor Herb Garden

How To: Make a One-Pot Indoor Herb Garden:: Fortunately its not difficult to grow these herbs indoorseven in a tiny kitchen.] One big pot, some potting soil, and a few herb plants are all you need. You should also have a sunny spot

Cute Cork labels! Cocktail Herb Garden.

Cute Cork labels! Cocktail Herb Garden.

The Cocktail Garden...For years(and years) I did the apartment living thing but always felt the need to grow something. Since my two favorite things to do are to eat and drink...an herb box and a cocktail garden box was always perfect. Now my garden is out of the box but on occasion make a cocktail garden for entertaining and fun memory sake.

The Cocktail Garden...For years(and years) I did the apartment living thing but always felt the need to grow something. Since my two favorite things to do are to eat and drink...an herb box and a cocktail garden box was always perfect. Now my garden is out of the box but on occasion make a cocktail garden for entertaining and fun memory sake.

#plantingherbs #herbgarden  Mint in barrels. No collection of herbs would be complete without mint, a fragrant yet invasive herb. Prevent mint plants from completely taking over the garden by planting them in half-barrels or containers. Create an attractive design by planting a different mint variety in each container, such as orange, ginger, peppermint, spearmint, and chocolate mint.

Tips for Planting Herbs

Mint planted in barrels - Prevent mint plants from completely taking over the garden by planting in half-barrels or containers. orange, ginger, peppermint, spearmint, and chocolate mint. This is Chocolate mint

Amy Stewart's cocktail garden in California.

containers on both sides of a walkway on the side of the house

Inspirational Ideas: DIY Herb Garden

Inspirational Ideas: DIY Herb Garden

Make Your Own Herb Garden

How to Make Your Own Herb Garden

How to Make Your Own Herb Garden - Snapguide

Outdoor living space wish number 9: a garden of herbs to add zing to our outdoor, evening happy hour

Grow a Cocktail Garden

Use your fresh mint to make a delightful mojito. See how to grow your own cocktail garden

Herb Garden

3 Decorative DIY Gardening Projects

Hanging herb garden to save space!

"To control Canada thistle organically, find the base of the plant and simply snip it off at the base. Do not pull Canada thistle out as this can split the root, which causes two plants to grow back. Check the location weekly and snip off any new growth that you may see. The idea is to force the weed to use up its energy reserves by regrowing but removing the new leaves before the Canada thistle has a chance to build its energy reserves back up." I'm coming for you, Canada thistle!

Canada Thistle Control: How To Get Rid Of Canada Thistle

How to kill canada-thistle

Red Ruben and Big Leaf Basil | Foodal.com

Cooking With Different Types of Basil

10 Basils to Grow and Use in the Kitchen - Harvest to Table

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