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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?)

simplicity, whimsy, greenery, what's not to love-Hotel Amour, Paris

growing herbs. I love the look of this for a bench outside of the GARDEN SHED

Container herb garden for a patio. I like this idea! I already have the pot arrangement, but it went empty this year. : (

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

Fabulous idea. I'm thinking of doing something similar with fruit crates and my permaculture class.

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!

something magical happens when I first see the cat that lives at the nursery.