50 Easy and Pretty DIY Indoor Herb Garden Ideas

11 Terra-cotta Dresses Up

Terra-cotta Dresses Up11. Terra-cotta Dresses Up: How to paint your herb pots (via Sunset)

12 One Pot

One Pot12. One Pot: Basil, thyme, sage. These are indispensable herbs, and they grew in abundance on our front stoop all summer. We don’t like paying $2.50 per packet for herbs at the supermarket, so when it gets cold, we have another plan. Fortunately it’s not difficult to grow these herbs indoors even in a tiny kitchen. One big pot, some potting soil, and a few herb plants are all you need. You should also have a sunny spot; the herbs will need plenty of direct sunshine… (via Apartment Therapy)

13 Cubby Hole

Cubby Hole13. Cubby Hole: The Urb Garden, designed by Xavier Calluaud, is a vertical garden outfitted with modular cubby holes and an integrated worm farm, making it a perfect all-in-one solution for urban gardeners. (via Inhabitat)

14 Hanging Planters

Hanging Planters14. Hanging Planters: You like to plant herbs or other plants indoors but have not enough space? Or have a rather plain-looking wall and you do not know what to do about it? Creating your own indoor hanging herb garden is a great solution that will also give any space a nice homey ambiance. (via Foxy Folksy)

15 Upside Down Tin Containers

Upside Down Tin Containers15. Upside Down Tin Containers: At some point near the middle of March, I always decide that I’m “done” with winter. The sweaters and jackets get pushed to the back of the closet, the flip flops come out, and I inevitably freeze … (via Persephone Magazine)

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