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$1 stepper idea - checkerboard herb garden on the diagonal using concrete steppers and you might want to tint them with watered down paint.


Garden edging from stone

Adding large rocks to the edges of the flower beds not only defines the areas, but makes it easier to mow around the flowerbeds without cutting any of the plantings>

nice idea- Sunken pot herb garden. Dig a hole, insert planter with herbs. That way they won’t over grow whatever you put them next to.

My backyard could be a series of raised gardens - watch out for herbs for tea!

Better Homes and Gardensfrom Better Homes and Gardens

Tips for Planting Herbs

Mint planted in barrels - Prevent mint plants from completely taking over the garden by planting in half-barrels or containers. Create attractive design by planting different mint variety in each container, such as orange, ginger, peppermint, spearmint, and chocolate mint.