Done in 5 minutes - Easy way to have herbs in the kitchen! Line the bottom of a mason jar with glass beads or marbles, then layer in potting mix, & then add the plant, & top with more glass beads. The photo shows Alyssum & Rosemary.
Chalkboard Pots: Organize plants and seedlings, and identify homegrown kitchen herbs, by painting the collars of clay pots with stripes of chalkboard paint (available at craft stores). After the paint dries, write the name of each plant using chalk.
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Indoor Lavender plants MUST be placed in a southern facing window. Lavender is commonly grown outdoors, and it usually doesn’t do well as a houseplant because it doesn’t receive adequate sunlight. Stick it in a window will full sun and… Continue Reading →
Coffee can planters --cheap idea for planters. Similar to the one where you screw a coffee can to a post to keep your garden trowel and gloves in and then put the plastic lid on to keep them clean and dry