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  • Mere Puamau

    Kitchen window ledge herb garden with vintage tea tins

  • Lindsay Walter

    re-purposed tea tins as planters. Cute idea.

  • Mamzelle Heing

    Eclectic kitchen herb garden design repurposed tea tin planters - Must find old tins!

  • Charlotte Davis

    Window sill herb garden with vintage tea tins. Use any old tin to plant!

  • Peg D'Orazio

    Re-use Twinings Tea tins for indoor herb garden. Tip: Place pebbles at bottom of tin before planting to allow for drainage.

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