Practical DIY herb garden

Even if you don’t have an outdoor garden, you can still improvise if you really want one. This is an inspiring DIY project that requires few materials and that’s an quite simple. In the end, you’ll get your own herb garden. You can place it on your deck or terrace, where the plants can benefit from natural sunlight.

This herb garden requires very little space. It’s a great idea for small homes. You can easily transform any small space into a green oasis. All you need are some tools are a day off. You need few materials. They include hanging planters, wrought iron hooks, chalkboard signs and labels. You just need to decide how many planters you want or how many you can fit in the space you have available. Then drill some holes on two sides and attach the hooks. This way you’ll be able to hang the planters above the ground.

You can have a variety of plants. To make them easier to be recognized, you can attach labels or chalkboard signs to each planter. If you don’t have any, you can just use some chalkboard paint and apply it to a small portion of the planter. Then you can easily writ and erase. You can install some metal supports on the wall and use rope to hang the planters from them. It’s not overly complicated and it’s also an adaptable project. You can improve it in any way you want.{found on paperwhitesblog}.

Published by in DIY Projects, on May 1st, 2012


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