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  • Christine Holtry Reinoehl

    great kitchen herb garden idea

  • Laura McGrew

    I want plants inside my home. I always thought an herb garden in the kitchen window was fun. This is a neat and different way of doing that. I just have to learn how to make a vertical garden!

  • Chanda Wagner Serhus

    Bright Green Living Wall Gallery Vertical Indoor Herb Garden

  • Teresa Ann Hoover

    I have got to try an indoor herb garden! So convenient...Thanks to vertical gardening systems like this one.

  • Audrey Hay

    Herb and Vegetable Garden in the Kitchen • Bright Green Living Wall Gallery

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