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  • Stacey Gunzelman

    DIY mason jar herb garden. fab idea

  • Jen Twist

    Mason Jar Wall Planter- Great idea for kitchen herb garden!

  • Joy Utecht

    container gardening - this idea is great for herbs right near the kitchen--with clay flowerpots on the deck rails?

  • Donna Parker - Denney

    DIY- Mason Jar Wall Planter, great for a patio herb garden. Awesome idea!

  • Lezlie Estrada

    Mason Jar Wall Planters - This amazing idea from Not Just A House Wife uses hanging mason jars as an indoor herb garden! This idea isn�t just limited to a herb garden you could also use it for storage or decorations, and I think it would work especially well for storing bathroom supplies.

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