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Aloe Designs
13 Reviews
Aloe Test Garden
Ideabooks1,760
Questions3
In-ground BBQ pit nestled in the herb garden.
What are the herbs in this garden?
Will you please tell me what herbs are in this garden? I think I see mint and thyme, but not sure about the rest. I like plants that are both edible and beautiful
thyme, lavender, garden grey sage, yellow sage, purple sage, hyssop
Plant them in a formal herb garden, mix with other edibles or grow in any type of planter or box.
Placement of herbs in a contained sunny spot is great.
BBQ pit nestled in the herb gaden
4. Herbs. Most of our favorite herbs are also the easiest edibles to grow. Some, like mint, are almost impossible not to grow — plant some in the ground and you’ll be pulling up mint all over your garden. Most herbs do best with full sun and little to regular
“A different look,with pea gravel” — joyo3kids
Art | Harrison Interiors & Collection
Birmingham, MI Private garden
Ideabooks3,553
Questions1
Vertical herbs -- great way to save room for the regular veggies.
fence for vegetable garden to protect from dog
For the herb garden near the back door
Is this the simplest monochromatic green garden? A minimalist green wall has been created with terra-cotta pots, planted with a selection of sedums with a variety of green foliage.More: Unsung Garden Hero: Fantastic Foliage
“I like the wall concept. Nice use of space.” — Sheila Mooney
Carolina Katz + Paula Nuñez
Home Orchard
Ideabooks30,359
Questions4
could you tell me how exactly you hung the mesh baskets you have the pots in to the wall? and also where you found the mesh baskets? LOVE the herb garden set up when space is limited Thank you
Cool area to put an herb garden!
s home garden. Old CD shelves hold pots of herbs and other plantings.
Plant herbs. Add herbs to your garden by popping in transplants of Mexican mint marigold, oregano, rosemary, sage, artemisia and all types of mint. Most herbs prefer full sun and well-drained soil. Mediterranean herbs in particular
If your recipe calls for dried herbs, you can replace them with fresh at a substitution ratio of 3:1. For example, if a recipe calls for 1 teaspoon of dried parsley, substitute 3 teaspoons
“Enough food for Jon and I for a first house” — bregordon
Natalie DeNormandie
11 Reviews
Cloister Herb Garden
Ideabooks2,543
Questions0
Nice clean design of herb garden.
Arch in centre of back garden
beautiful garden... no rodents getting in here!
Would love some gardening beds very similar to these, low to the ground
The well-contained plots of this outdoor herb garden are reminiscent of traditional French potagers.
A cloister garden is a traditional approach to growing herbs. The walls and pebbles reflect heat, helping
While vegetables may be the last thing you'd expect in the formality of a traditional French garden, don't overlook them completely. Potagers and herb gardens were staples of design. Here, the classical influence is seen in the high walls, the gravel path and the wood-edged parterres
“Planters” — arnaoutova
Modern Country Lady
Potager or traditional vegetable garden
Ideabooks6,429
Questions1
shrubs and herbs , can follow the design of a traditional symmetrical box-parterre, and in this way become decorative in itself instead of having to be tucked away. The planting of vegetables , onions, tomatoes and runner-beans, is interspersed with annuals and perennials for a cottage garden feel.
perennials for a cottage garden feel.
How about the future and for people living in big cities without a garden, could this PlantLab idea be the solution? http://youtu.be/t9rXA8pMb4U
Can't wait to plant my herb garden!
the front garden bext year. Actually, just row veg in the front garden next year - screw the grass!!
herb and veg garden in the backyard
Grow garden veggies and herbs in a raised bed. The square-foot gardening system allows you to grow the most produce in the smallest amount of space.More about potagers
“garden” — mrsahuja
Portico Design Group
2 Reviews
Roxton
Ideabooks889
Questions1
Wall garden. Looks easy to make
Growing herbs on the wall, lovely idea!
Mason Jar Herb Garden
Herb garden in kitchen
Cool way to grow herbs
01/01/14/ herbs growing in bottles
herb garden wall in kitchen
spice garden on the wall
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“Ghivece” — gabi81elena
Exteriorscapes llc
2 Reviews
Exteriorscapes
Ideabooks9,387
Questions6
Herb spiral gardens like this are suitable for compact spaces and as a feature garden. This clever vertical garden design is a highly productive, energy efficient way to grow food; can be made with a wide variety of materials; and maximises growing space. Tutorial on how to make your own @ http://th
http://themicrogardener.com/4-step-guide-to-building-a-herb-spiral/ + the many benefits @ http://themicrogardener.com/15-benefits-of-a-herb-spiral-in-your-garden/.
I like the elevated her garden - you can see and select herbs quite easily.
raised garden beds in Cor Ten
Herbs massed together on lower level rather than deck.
Community Garden planter beds are corten steel
oregano and other herbs grow in a custom steel planter with two layers of planting area and plenty of drainage into a gravel courtyard.
“Chives!” — lisa66
Aloe Designs
13 Reviews
Aloe Test Garden
Ideabooks5,808
Questions1
Herbs in a row of the same pot
boîtes de fines herbes terrasse arrière
planting herbs and size of pots
1. Herbs. Herbs thrive in containers
pretty idea for herbs all in the same style pots
herbs in pots only y not
I love the uniformity of this herb garden
larger pots. As for that sweet bay, start it out in an 18-inch pot and plan to either transplant it to the garden or root-prune to keep it in bounds.See how to grow herb garden essentials
1. HerbsHerbs thrive in containers of all shapes and sizes, whether they’re sitting on a windowsill or lining a sidewalk
1. Herbs. Herbs thrive in containers of all shapes and sizes, whether they’re sitting on a windowsill or lining a sidewalk. In the case of members of the mint family, if you don’t plant in a container, you’ll be digging mint out of your garden for years to come. The trick to planting herbs in containers
“herb gardening in containers” — Bronwyn Esterhuizen
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