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Anyone Can Grow Herbs With This Super-Helpful Chart

Anyone Can Grow Herbs With This Super-Helpful Chart
Anyone Can Grow Herbs With This Super-Helpful Chart


These stained-clothespin planters are a super-cute way to display your herb collection. Get the spanish instructions from Stebbing House Desing — Google translation here.<br />

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These stained-clothespin planters are a super-cute way to display your herb collection. Get the spanish instructions from Stebbing House Desing — Google translation here.


Mason jars may be a cliché, but we gotta admit: They're tailor-made for an indoor herb garden and crazy-easy to assemble.<br />Get the how-to from Camille Styles »<br />

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Here's proof that a lack of outdoor space shouldn't stop a green thumb.



Here's another window solution, from Itsy Bits and Pieces: Pot your herbs in clear drinking glasses, and hang from hooks across the window.<br />

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Here's another window solution, from Itsy Bits and Pieces: Pot your herbs in clear drinking glasses, and hang from hooks across the window.


These stained-clothespin planters are a super-cute way to display your herb collection. Get the spanish instructions from Stebbing House Desing — Google translation here.<br />

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These stained-clothespin planters are a super-cute way to display your herb collection. Get the spanish instructions from Stebbing House Desing — Google translation here.


Here's proof that a lack of outdoor space shouldn't stop a green thumb.



The key to successful herb growth is simple: light. But even if you have a free window, you might not have enough sill space. A Beautiful Mess's inventive solution uses PVC pipe to create an in-window planter.<br />

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The key to successful herb growth is simple: light. But even if you have a free window, you might not have enough sill space. A Beautiful Mess's inventive solution uses PVC pipe to create an in-window planter.


Here's another window solution, from Itsy Bits and Pieces: Pot your herbs in clear drinking glasses, and hang from hooks across the window.<br />

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Here's another window solution, from Itsy Bits and Pieces: Pot your herbs in clear drinking glasses, and hang from hooks across the window.



The Socker from IKEA makes an affordable mini-greenhouse for herbs.<br />See how Sherwood Drive DIY'd it »<br />

The key to successful herb growth is simple: light. But even if you have a free window, you might not have enough sill space. A Beautiful Mess's inventive solution uses PVC pipe to create an in-window planter.



Paint herb names on classic terra cotta pots will keep you from accidentally throwing in sage when you needed a handful of basil.<br />Get more from Bodhi Luxe »<br />

Paint herb names on classic terra cotta pots will keep you from accidentally throwing in sage when you needed a handful of basil.


Original article and pictures take http://www.housebeautiful.com/lifestyle/gardening/advice/g1877/indoor-herb-gardens/?slide=6 site


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