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  • Taryn Hickle

    Herb spiral for the #garden design ideas #modern garden design #garden interior #garden decorating before and after

  • Conrad Yundt

    Spiral herb #garden interior #garden designs #modern garden design #garden design ideas #garden decorating|

  • Mary Beth Jones

    <3 this herb spiral garden idea!!!

  • Lynn

    incorporate herb spiral into the dry stone wall

  • Andrea Dulac (Martin)

    Herb spiral rock garden. Done right, this set-up creates a variety of microclimates suited for the different plants. and it's beautiful!

  • Monserrat Klocko

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  • Marques Heathcote

    herbs planted in a stone #garden design ideas #garden design #garden interior design #modern garden design #garden design

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And... i wanna do this.... and this.. and this... spiral herb garden. I could TOTALLY do this!

Gaia's garden - Spiral Herb Garden wraps nearly 30 linear feed of planting space into a five foot labyrinth.

Herb spiral! Finally put one in! It looks much like this--I'll put up pics once it's grown in a bit.

herb spiral by Sweet Local Farm, via Flickr~this would be a great idea for a strawberry bed! rocks are a whole lot cheaper than wood

Simple herb garden with an urn as center piece - bird bath in summer, norfolk pine holder in winter?

A beautiful spiral herb garden supporting over 5 different kinds of herbs! | Photo from Sweet Local Farm

Spiral herb garden in detail. Something to do with my bricks.

Make an Herb Spiral! The ultimate raised bed... from Edible Landscaping with a Permaculture Twist by Michael Judd

Chalice Well Gardens: Woven Spiral Wall Photo taken at the Red Spring, the Chalice Well Gardens in Glastonbury, England.

The herb spiral is a permaculture gardening method that uses nature to its full potential. Gravity allows the water to seep through the levels meaning that the plants at the top get full drainage while the ones at the bottom may reside in a simple bog. It also gives your herbs shady spots with varying degrees. The herbs that need full-sun can be grown in those positions while more shade loving plants can be located on the opposite side.