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  • Stephanie Jones

    mason jar herb garden... maybe next to the kitchen window.

  • Nichole

    Indoor Herb Garden idea

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  • Sam Martin

    @Sibylle Tornow: This looks like a good idea for growing herbs in the winter! Transformed :: Mason Jar Herb Garden

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