How to Turn Coffee Tins into a Hanging Herb Garden
Even though summer is on the wane, that doesn't mean we still can't plant an herb garden. Like this one! So colorful and lively it will keep summer in your heart all autumn and winter long. I also like how it serves as a window treatment as well. Check it out: Wanna make one? This is what'cha need: tin containers with plastic lids (like coffee cans) coat hangers pliers scissors herbs masking tape coffee filters (genius!) a nail a hammer an X-acto fabric or paper scraps glue or spray adhesive…
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It's an animal-filled Monday Montage, and we've also got a homemade reading tent and a radical balcony gardening solution. In the links, nerd out on office supplies and learn what people make from 200 plastic bags.
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65 Inspiring DIY Herb Gardens - Shelterness
If you love to cook you most likely can't live without fresh herbs. It might be a good idea to start a small DIY herb garden. We've gathered lots of ideas.
Petite Indoor Gardens
As the colder months creep up, outdoor gardens tend to go dormant. Bring a bit of that life back indoors to brighten the winter months with these creative, easy to maintain indoor gardens.1. Succulents planted in vintage beakers make for a cohesive arrangement with a fun pop of color. Via Kirin Notebook 2. Tiny plants in ink jars make for a quirky little indoor container garden of sorts and fit easily on a shelf.Via Justina Blakeney 3.
P. Allen Smith Talks About the Garden Home Challenge | Homesteady
From his design and garden empire just outside Little Rock, Arkansas, P. Allen Smith advises his audience on thousands of ways to improve their lives and make their homes more beautiful.