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  • Tania Arcangeli

    Coffe Cup Herb Garden

  • Deby Marx-Cowdin

    Coffee Mug PLANTERS. from: Under The Table and Dreaming: Hanging Coffee Cup Herb Garden

  • Sandy Pintus

    Hanging herb garden - with tin coffee cups! Cute idea!!!

  • Daphne Cole

    Hanging Coffee Cup Herb Garden – When you love to be in the kitchen you will be wanted a little herb garden within easy reach for some fresh herbs when cooking. When you already tried the kitchen window sill method (but the plants never seem to make it due to not getting enough light), you can try to create this little hanging garden that can hang outdoors ensuring the ‘right’ conditions and still have fresh cuttings to use within an arm reach

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    Love this coffee mug herb garden idea!

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