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  • Karen Stutz Lord

    Love this.......using wicker baskets for potting plants!

  • Misty Braaten

    Basket Planters - great herb garden idea.

  • Caroline M. Harper

    Growing your own medicine - this lady gives tons of info on medicinal herbs! I like the look of using baskets as pots.

  • EPR Marketing

    Although growing herbs in a home garden is fairly easy, there is a lot of information you will want to know and understand. Patio Herb Garden Kits, Growing Herbs in Pots Indoors.

  • Christa Lubbe

    Willow and wood baskets make lovely planters, but the materials rots quickly. The trick is to plant in plastic and set the plastic pots inside the large baskets.

  • Jean Johndreau

    Herb Garden Inspiration & Ideas {Over 50 Pots, Planters, and Containers}

Gardens Ideas, Wicker Baskets, Growing Herbs, Plants, Herbs Gardens, You, Planters, Flowerpot, Medicine Herbs

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