30 Herb Garden Ideas! So gather your soil…your seedlings…planters…mason jars…toasters (yes toasters : ) and all the good stuff you will need to create a herbilicious garden that will reward you with sensational seasonings…heavenly aromas and by the way…save you tons at the store…fresh herbs don’t come cheap but they do when you can just snip what you need from your garden. So here are some ideas for you…doesn’t matter if you are planting inside or out…one of these will inspire you.
The amazing mason jar just seems to have endless uses. Camille Styles shows us how to make a wonderful little herb garden that we can have right by the kitchen window…how convenient is that.
Apartment Therapy always shows us how to make the most of a little…they have the perfect little one pot Herb Garden for you that features basil, thyme and sage.
What do you get when you mix pallets…chalkboard paint…some nails and plants? You get an AWESOME garden that fits just about any where…what a great addition to your deck and it is even compact enough for a terrace in an apartment. Great job Oc’burbs!
Talk about repurposing! Over at Brooklyn Limestone they use a good dose of chalkboard paint and transform an old door…a planter and some pots into an amazing herb garden.
Here is something that I personally found adorable and who wouldn’t want a hand made gift like this. I bet you the kids would jump at the chance to make this for someone special. A great idea and execution from Nellie Bellie It’s an Herb Garden in a gift box! I’ll let you go check out what’s inside!
Over at miss stitch a wish: you will be inspired to create a wonderful planter with wine crates. If you are lucky enough to find these beauties…add a bit of drainage by simply drilling some holes in the bottom…add a bit of gravel and then a thick bed of soil…plant those little seedlings and not only will you have a nice contained herb garden…it will look fabulous! You can use this idea inside or out.
Here’s an interesting approach…I think that the kids would get a kick out of this project…Home Dzine plants a vertical garden for pennies…recycling at its finest. I can hear those ideas rattling in your brain…thinking of all the ways you can decorate this to make it your own…enjoy. By the way…what a great science project…one that you can use when it comes back home!
A little herbalicious art from Illustrated Bites had to share this site…the illustrations are amazing…fresh and fabulous. Take a visit to this blog…you will so enjoy it…so much to learn and it comes with pictures : ) The artwork is by Diane Hardison
Leave it to Kari over at Thistlewood farms to come up with an herb garden with her special spin on it… A Living Herb Wreath, Kari gives you step by step directions to make your own.
The Indoor Herb Garden Project should be called…everything you wanted to know about herbs but were afraid to ask!!! Their premise is…For the broke college student, the frugal fellow who refuses to pay seven dollars for a garnish, and the artsy individual who wants to decorate in a practical, sustainable manner. That is what they do…you must take a visit…all of your questions will be answered!
Shelving…horizontal containers…no limit on what can be created right in your own kitchen Favething gives you the how to.
Now a little visit to one of my fav places…Design*Sponge After the party…they create Bottle Gardens! This is a must see. By the way…the whole concept is brilliant.
Over at Ewa in the Garden she shows us a big reason not to throw away those tin cans…repurposing is just so much more fun! There are some other cool ideas for herb gardens there too…enjoy.
home to life shares some great ideas for your herb garden design… Vertical gardens are hot!
along with repurposing just about anything…like old boots!
more ideas over at home to life.
This window sill herb garden is outstanding…if you have a place for this…you will love it!
This piece of inspiration just shows us that we can create a garden just about anywhere and mix and match is very fashionable. Repurpose those old pots…create a hanging garden and so much more.
A simple line of teacups and herbs…picture perfect! I Love the clean look of all white…but I am sure that a vintage selection of teacups and saucers would look amazing…even if the saucers don’t match the cups…that will give it even more charm!
If you are looking to add some extra beauty with blooms to your herb garden…then take a trip over to Country Living and see all the special herbs that blossom…like Thai Basil and so much more.
Art & Appetite give us the inside on Desert Gardening…like I said…you can grow these little ones everywhere. A great insight on how to plant and what plants do well in different climates. Very informative.
This idea is awesome…a strawberry jar turned planter lamp? Well BHG shows you how.
Now here is my favorite…it’s just too cool and quirky…what to do with an old toaster that you might have found thrifting or one that has seen better days…plant some herbs in it! Never know what is going POP up!
This one is too cute! Do you have a kitty? Is catnip and cat grass one of their favorite treats? Why not take a water bowl and turn it into a planter and have fresh cat herbs available all year round.
Small Home & Garden has some BIG ideas on how to create an herb garden! She gives you step by step on this beauty…
Plant by the BUSHELS!!!! Southgate Chamber shows you how!
Love this idea…it shows that there is always room somewhere! ENJOY!
So…are you inspired! Do you have your little shovel and planter all ready to start your new Herb Garden? Sure hope that one of these great ideas is picture perfect for you.
Vegetable Gardening might be on your list of things to do also so… you might be asking when to plant? Here’s a little list from Farming & Agriculture to help you out with that…
and did you know that the following foods regrow…find out more over at permaculture ideas
As always here at The Cottage Market we would like to send out tons of APPAWS and APPLAUSE to all of our blogger friends for sharing their talents and creativity with us! We want them to know that they are appreciated and loved. You are going to adore exploring their blogs for more outstanding DIY’s and inspiration. As always…ENJOY & CREATE!