One of the things I want to include in my patio makeover is an herb garden, but I’m having a bit of difficulty deciding what kind of herb garden I want to make. Right now, all of my herbs are planted in my raised garden beds, but I want to eventually transplant them to an area dedicated to herbs.
There are so many creative ideas out there for DIY herb gardens! Here are a few of my favorites:
This hanging herb garden is made from metal containers, lengths of chain, and S-hooks.
For details on making this herb garden, visit Small Garden Love.
A collection of these individual herb pots with chalkboard labels would look great on an outdoor table.
Get the details at 21 Rosemary Lane.
This vertical herb garden is part herb garden, part decoration, part multimedia artwork.
Get the DIY instructions for this vertical herb garden at Brooklyn Limestone.
Add some life to your kitchen wall with this hanging mason jar herb garden.
Get the step-by-step instructions at Camille Styles.
If you’re looking for a simple, high-impact herb garden idea, then this tiered metal container herb garden might be the perfect choice.
See the details at The Vintage Wren.
This cleverly-designed hanging garden is made from rain gutters. How brilliant!
Get the complete DIY instructions at Nest In Style.
A great herb garden doesn’t have to be expensive. Check out this hanging garden made from soup cans!
See the details at Upcycled Stuff.
You can turn just about any interesting container into an herb garden, like this cute Pepsi crate herb garden.
See more details of this project at Insideways.
This vertical hanging herb garden made with trellises is a great way to spruce up an outdoor area.
See more of this project at Making Lemondade.
You can turn a hanging fruit basket into an herb garden.
From The Telegraph.
Do you have a creative herb garden? If so, I’d love to see it! Leave a comment with a link so that I can be inspired by your creativity!
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