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  • Hilde Mork

    Indoor herb garden. Make cake stand from flower pot plate

  • Renee Wiggins

    Indoor Gardens. Now is the time to start growing plants for outside gardens or keep some plants inside, like an herb garden near an indoor sunny window. from how to do it

  • Kimberly Jones

    use an old galvanized cake stand to contain small herb pots indoors. Great display! Have guests leave with a party favor...a plant!!

  • DavidandMarlena McConnell

    Indoor herb garden idea

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