I love cooking, not the every day type of cooking for the kids and the family, but the type of cooking that allows me to be creative and use some imagination. When cooking like this, I always use lots of herbs! With not being so well of late, I have been unable to wonder down into the garden to pick the herbs like I usually would, so the builder decided he would move the herb garden upstairs onto the deck that is located just off our kitchen. Now I have my herbs closer, I use them even more often. I thought today we could have a little look at some inspiring herb gardens for in your home.
Herb Gardens For Your Home
I love the simplicity of this idea, simply puchase the herbs, pop them in a pot and sit on a window sill or a bench. This idea came via a website called Indoor Herb Garden, who sells all manner of herb gardens for your home.
This idea from 101 pallet ideas is a great way to use up and old pallet, simply create the garden and fix to a wall. A great DIY project for a weekend.
Here is another great idea using an old timber pallet. Again it looks simple enough to make from a recycled pallet, and small enough to suit the tiniest of homes.
This is a really pretty idea from Ikea, who have a large range of planters for inside the home at a reasonable price.
If you are feeling crafty, why not have a go at making one like this herb garden from Ana White.
I think this looks great and simple to create using an old shutter or even an old ladder. Pretty, recycled and functional.
Here is our herb garden, it has grown so much since we first planted it. It sits just off my kitchen, so is super handy any time I want to pick from it. We purchased this system from Bunnings and were very happy with how easy it was to install.
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