BITTERGURKA hanging planter - Use a single one or hook a few planters together to create a vertical herb garden indoors. Hang your herbs by a window, then unhook and bring to the table or cooking pot for fresh herbs with every meal.
Hanging Gardens 1. Fill small mason jars with a layer of pebbles and a layer of moss, then plant your rooted herbs. After you've filled the jars with water, tip them over a sink briefly to remove excess water (you don't want to overwater). 2. Suspend the jars at varying heights with picture wire.