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The Curated Eight: DIY Herb Gardens  Plant your herbs in an old cloth shoe caddy. in flower pots that double  as a privacy wall, wood pallets, wine bottle boxes with old stamped silverware, wall mounted mason jars, an old soda crate, vintage tea tins, and old seed starting tins hanging vertically with chains.

The Curated Eight: DIY Herb Gardens

The Curated Eight: DIY Herb Gardens Plant your herbs in an old cloth shoe caddy. in flower pots that double as a privacy wall, wood pallets, wine bottle boxes with old stamped silverware, wall mounted mason jars, an old soda crate, vintage tea tins, and old seed starting tins hanging vertically with chains.

Vertical Planter DIY - Home Depot Garden Project

Build a Wall of Flowers for Your Backyard

Create and Care For a Lavender Hedge.  Lavender plants are generally easy to care for. Learn how to create a fragrant and beautiful lavender hedge, and maintain it for years to come

Create and Care for a Lavender Hedge

Create and Care For a Lavender Hedge. Lavender plants are generally easy to care for. Learn how to create a fragrant and beautiful lavender hedge, and maintain it for years to come

Feel free to pack a container fairly tight with succulents, because the trendy plants don't grow quickly and crowd out their neighbors the way other varieties do. Click through for more small garden ideas.

40 Ways to Maximize a Small Garden

Feel free to pack a container fairly tight with succulents, because the trendy plants don't grow quickly and crowd out their neighbors the way other varieties do. Click through for more small garden ideas.

Attach clay pots to a pallet (yes, we love a pallet!) with nails and stainless steel cable ties for a living art display that keeps your rosemary and basil at the ready. Good Housekeeping Lab tip: Space out the pots so your plants have room to grow. Click through for more DIY container gardening ideas.

12 Easy Container Garden Ideas for Every Outdoor Space

Attach clay pots to a pallet (yes, we love a pallet!) with nails and stainless steel cable ties for a living art display that keeps your rosemary and basil at the ready. Good Housekeeping Lab tip: Space out the pots so your plants have room to grow. Click through for more DIY container gardening ideas.

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