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DIY HERB GARDEN..you can also buy benches and sit on concrete blocks to make different heights :)

DIY HERB GARDEN :: Brilliant little terraced setup. Simple yet visually appealing. She kept the herbs in the original plastic pots, but put them in the galvanized cache pots for the lovely aesthetic. On the left appears to be an olive tree.

herb companion cheat sheet || #lyoness | Shop now: https://www.lyoness.com/branche/hardware-garden-pets

A herb companion cheat sheet - the ones on the left could all be planted in the same bed/big pot and need lots of sun and mostly dry soil, the ones on the right can be planted together and can tolerate a little shade and need more watering (mint should be

DIY HERB GARDEN..you can also buy benches and sit on concrete blocks to make different heights :)

DIY HERB GARDEN :: Brilliant little terraced setup. Simple yet visually appealing. She kept the herbs in the original plastic pots, but put them in the galvanized cache pots for the lovely aesthetic. On the left appears to be an olive tree.

Ever dried flowers and herbs from your garden?  Take a loose, small bundle of herbs or flowers - but don't make the bundle too thick.  Air has to be able to flow through your herbs.  I used cotton string (99-cents at the hardware store) and tied my bundle together.  Then I tied that bundle to a wire coat hanger.  Holds several bundles in a dry place - like an attic or a dry closet. /  Wholesome Foodie <3

Ever dried flowers and herbs from your garden? Take a loose, small bundle of herbs or flowers - but don't make the bundle too thick. Air has to be able to flow through your herbs. Tie with a cotton string & hang it somewhere cool & dry.

Mmmm… can you smell the freshness? Homegrown herbs are the perfect addition to any meal. This DIY Mason jar herb garden is a fresh and delicious addition to your kitchen. What you need: Wooden Plaque with Mason Jars, Hand Made Modern Paint, paintbrush, screwdriver, soil, herbs{—basil, rosemary, cilantro, sage, mint, etc.—} and a chalkboard marker. (TIP: Double your herb production by stacking more than one herb container garden in your kitchen!)

Mmmm… can you smell the freshness? Homegrown herbs are the perfect addition to any meal. This DIY Mason jar herb garden is a fresh and delicious addition to your kitchen. What you need: Wooden Plaque with Mason Jars, Hand Made Modern Paint, paintbrush, sc

Mmmm… can you smell the freshness? Homegrown herbs are the perfect addition to any meal. This DIY Mason jar herb garden is a fresh and delicious addition to your kitchen. What you need: Wooden Plaque with Mason Jars, Hand Made Modern Paint, paintbrush, screwdriver, soil, herbs{—basil, rosemary, cilantro, sage, mint, etc.—} and a chalkboard marker. (TIP: Double your herb production by stacking more than one herb container garden in your kitchen!)

Mmmm… can you smell the freshness? Homegrown herbs are the perfect addition to any meal. This DIY Mason jar herb garden is a fresh and delicious addition to your kitchen. What you need: Wooden Plaque with Mason Jars, Hand Made Modern Paint, paintbrush, sc

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Simple Living Space Saver | Overstock.com Shopping - The Best Deals on Bathroom Cabinets #bathroominteriordesign

Ever dried flowers and herbs from your garden?  Take a loose, small bundle of herbs or flowers - but don't make the bundle too thick.  Air has to be able to flow through your herbs.  I used cotton string (99-cents at the hardware store) and tied my bundle together.  Then I tied that bundle to a wire coat hanger.  Holds several bundles in a dry place - like an attic or a dry closet. /  Wholesome Foodie <3

Ever dried flowers and herbs from your garden? Take a loose, small bundle of herbs or flowers - but don't make the bundle too thick. Air has to be able to flow through your herbs. Tie with a cotton string & hang it somewhere cool & dry.

herb companion cheat sheet || #lyoness | Shop now: https://www.lyoness.com/branche/hardware-garden-pets

A herb companion cheat sheet - the ones on the left could all be planted in the same bed/big pot and need lots of sun and mostly dry soil, the ones on the right can be planted together and can tolerate a little shade and need more watering (mint should be

DIY HERB GARDEN..you can also buy benches and sit on concrete blocks to make different heights :)

DIY HERB GARDEN :: Brilliant little terraced setup. Simple yet visually appealing. She kept the herbs in the original plastic pots, but put them in the galvanized cache pots for the lovely aesthetic. On the left appears to be an olive tree.