I've been wanting to do something like this for a while. I love fresh herbs. I really like the one second from the top. Great post!
Hi Kate,I'm thinking that might be my favorite one too. I've been considering using old dresser drawers to create this one. I've always got so many projects going on and I collect so much stuff. If I see something useful on the side of the road then I take it home. My husband says I could open my own junk store, lol. I tell him, "it's not junk, it my treasures."Go for it and try your idea too. Angel
I love those pics of tiny garden. I have a little garden in my balcony too. Take a look if you feel like it.http://patchworkelektraz.blogspot.com.es/2012/05/el-huerto-en-casa-urban-vegetable.html
I just checked out your garden. This is wonderful! What a great job you did with it. It's a challenge growing a garden in small spaces but it can be done successfully. I've lived in a lot of small places over my lifetime and I always want to have something growing. I used to grow awesome tomatoes on the balcony of one of our past apartments years ago, they were delicious. Thanks for sharing your garden with me too.Angel
So totally cool! I love the first 2 the best - well, maybe the second one is my favorite.ThanksAngie
Thank you for this post! We are not doing our regular garden any longer & was trying to figure out how to do some herbs. Perfect & beautiful solution! Loved this post! I was your neighbor at Thurs. Favorite Things this morning & am so glad!!!
Those are some great inspiration pictures! I got a Chia herb garden kit for christmas and I've been waiting for it to get warmer. I found a cool trellis thing at IKEA that's going to fit perfectly on our small balcony
wow! such wonderful ideas! thank you for this post:) I am definitely trying some of these.. the easier ones though! I just love the drawer idea and the hanging cans! they will look wonderful!
What a great collection! We're planting our herbs now and I'm loving all these ideas!
I seriously love the wooden pallet and boxes ideas. I am going to need to try these for my patio at our apartment. I miss growing herbs and having huge garden.
Hi Angel, Nice round up! We are suffering a drought here and are on water rations. I sure miss my gardening. Maybe one of the little space ideas would work. Hope your having a great week. Theresa @DearCreatives
I love these little planters. I have some of those tea tins. Now I know what I can do with them. I am pinning this. Thank you for sharing.Kathi
Wow Angel ! What amazing ideas !! Really love the colorful pails.Naush
i simply love all these ideas and my place is small , so these are wonderful for me ;) thanks for share @tisonlyme143
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Very cute ideas! The only space I have available is in my kitchen window. A couple of these might work very well! Thank you for sharing with Countdown in Style.
Wow I really like some of these. Very creative and they could easily fit so well into the decor of a room or yard. Thanks for sharing these ideas with us at Countdown in Style!
These are some great ideas. I love fresh herbs.
What an amazing collection of containers to grow herbs in. I will be trying one for sure, just have to make that decision, so many cute ones to choose from. Thank you for sharing with the Clever Chicks Blog Hop! I hope you’ll join us again next week!Cheers,Kathy Shea MorminoThe Chicken Chickhttp://www.The-Chicken-Chick.com
So many super ideas here. Thanks for sharing this collection! I LOVE the tea tin herb garden.
Angel, lots of inspiration! I have a good sized herb garden outdoors, but it's fun to have some handy by the sink. I use to collect old tins and have thought I might plant some herbs in them. Thanks for sharing with SYC.hugs,Jann
Oh, I love the one in the drawers. Thanks for all the ideas.
I love this round up! My favorite one is the mason jar herbs!! I keep pinning projects similar to this ... One day I'll actually MAKE it! Thanks for linking up at Cook It! Craft It! Share It! This week! We appreciate your support! Have a great evening'
Thanks for sharing your fabulous post at the Say G'day Saturday linky party. I'm looking for ways to plant herbs on my back deck so this post has just been pinned and given a +1. Hope you can join in again this weekend.Best wishes,Natasha in Oz
I love every single one of these!! Thanks for sharing!
How inspiring. Makes me want to go outside and dig in some dirt! :) Glad you shared this. Congratulations on being featured with Lou Lou Girls.
Thanks for all the tips. We use herbs but but them at the store. Would like to grow our own. Would taste so much better on our food.
Some great ideas. I love the first picture.
I adore these! Love to garden and look for whimsical ways to do it. These are perfect!
These are all such neat ideas. Someone has a great imagination. I would love to do one of these. Thank you for sharing
Such great ideas! Thanks for sharing :)Blessings,Edye // Gracefulcoffee.wordpress.com
I live in a condo and am at a preium for space. I love fresh herbs. Love the gardening ideas.
I love all these wonderful ideas to have your herb garden, I am thinking of doing one with old cans I have.
Such cute ideas! I have a pretty small area to work with. I saw a few ideas here that will definitely work for me. Thanks for sharing!
these are super great ideas love then thanks for sharing
I like the one with the old canister tins. Really great ideas.
Why didn't I think of that!! Fantastic ideas! Thanks for sharing.
These photos are so inspiring. I want to plant something now. Thanks for sharing!
(Herb Gardens for Small Spaces) I love all these great ideas for creating your own herb garden in your home.
how delightful,,love the different ways to grow
These are such great ideas. I need to do this as we are eating healthier and using more herbs. Thank you for sharing
I see the way you recycled found objects and made them into containers for plants. Very crafty?
These are all so awesome I'm going try them.
You have some awesome ideas - I might have to try some.
these are amazing ideas. we definitely want to make the most of our space!
I am thinking of doing one with old cans I have.
I like the 6th from the top; the nesting pails gives a great presentation to the herbs, the large surface area means more herbs can be planted yet the footprint is small enough for small backyard patio spaces.
These are such great ideas!
I like them all, but my favorite is the mason jars. It would be easy to find enough jars of any kind to use. If it was a smooth jar, it would be easy to put a sticker on it so that you would know which herb is which. Also I could see they silver hose clamps being painted to a little pizzazz.
Wow! Such wonderful ideas! Thank you for this post.