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    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.

    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.

    Mason Jar Herb Garden (hint - put small stones in bottom to allow the dirt to drain and you can monitor how much water is in there.. also for water use either, a long spout watering can, a spritz bottle or just shove a few ice cubes in there, they will water as they melt... no mess) put in a sunny spot so that herbs will thrive!

    indoor herbs . . . in lovely pots add to elegance and beauty. In the summer, they can go outside.

    thyme / photography: sneh roy - I love using fresh herbs from my garden!

    Mason jars - consider hanging the jars as shown in the picture but instead of plants, make the solar power lights that are a DIY Project. Could hang them all around the yard on a privacy fence.

    Do you wish you had a garden to grow fresh herbs but don't have the space? No worries, this DIY hanging herb garden is easy to create and maintain. Full tutorial on dandelionpatina.com

    I ♥ the idea of using an old galvanized cake stand to contain small herb pots indoors. now if only i grew my own herbs! Add baby's breath for wedding decor

    I like this idea but not so much having it against a window, maybe more to frame the window by putting it on either side of it. Cute idea to hang little pots on the lattice.