A windowsill herb garden that cares for itself! (well, practically)

A no-fuss recycled windowsill herb garden. Self-watering planters like these aren’t a new idea. This version looks nice & works great for small herbs and plants. Empty beer bottles or make a larger garden with wine bottles.

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Cómo hacer hidrojardineras con botellas de cristal

Self watering bottle planters // Perfect reuse of those beer and wine bottles! Just need someone to cut the glass.

Diese 19 senkrechte Gärten sind hip, modern und witzig in der Kreation ... auch wenn man beschränkt Platz hat - DIY Bastelideen

Who knew? You can turn those leftover soda bottles into a vertical garden with some supplies and a bit of crafting skills. This is Do-It-Yourself (DIY) vertical gardening. This concept come to us from Brazilian design firm Rosenbaum, as part of th

Root-Vue Farm.  Kids can watch their veggies grow.  I know Saige would get a kick out of this!

Root-Vue Farm Garden Laboratory Kit includes a see-through container so kids can see the tops of plants and the roots growing underneath the soil

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15 Indoor Garden Ideas for Wannabe Gardeners in Small Spaces. Just because you have a tiny apartment or no yard, doesn't mean you can't get into gardening. Check out these ideas for inspiration and tips

#Terrariums are trending big-time, and it’s not hard to see why. Requiring very little work, these self-sufficient planters make a beautiful addition to any tabletop, counter, or windowsill. Gather inspiration from these 12 unique variations on the tiny indoor #garden, and get growing // @bobvilahome

Requiring very little work, these self-sufficient planters make a beautiful addition to any tabletop, counter, or windowsill. Gather inspiration from these 12 unique variations on the tiny indoor and get growing //

Tins, Tins, Tins

Inspiration: Windowsill Garden — Melbourne

Now I'll be obsessed with buying tea tins. Won't drink it but live a nice tin. LOL Tea containers to plant herbs for the windowsill in the kitchen.

Moss covered pots Ingredients: 1 Part Moss 1 Part Sugar 2 Parts Beer (or yogurt or buttermilk) Mix them in blender until it gets a creamy consistency. Coat the stones and pot surfaces with the mixture. Mist the surfaces every now and again to insure that they are moist. Moss grows best in the shade so try and move any treated objects as required until moss begins to grow.

DIY Moss for the Garden. Blend up 1 Part Moss, 1 Part Sugar, 2 Parts Beer. pour or brush over pots, stone or pavers & moss will grow! Aah, read the post. via DIY Backyard Gardening

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