Would this fence idea work for an herb garden? In case you have a dull wooden fence at your backyard you can easily spice up it. You can make a colorful vertical garden of it. Tools and materials - Terra-cot
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DIY hanging herb garden using trellis from Home Depot and hanging planter pots from Ikea. Great way to grow herbs for a rental or apartment patio, as they are not in the ground. Love this idea for the side of my front porch
Herbs in coffee cans, hung with zip ties. Drill a hole in coffee cans & zip tie to railings! You could pretty much mount any container, like a box in this same way. bigger containers may require more zip ties.
Hanging rows of simple terra-cotta pots from above to form a vertical garden that doubles as a screen. You'll also gain valuable real estate by lifting your plants off the floor, making this a smart solution for small spaces.
Great idea - using glass shelves inside your kitchen window to grow herbs on. The glass shelves don’t block the light from coming into the room, the herbs get as much daylight as possible being by the window, and they’re close to hand when cooking!
Going to have to see if this actually works - Glowing Flower Pots. Paint flower pots with Rustoleum’s “Glow in the Dark” paint. Absorbs sunlight by day & glows at night. Great landscape and gardening idea.