Curved, rust-colored metal containers are the perfect foil for the bright-green foliage of many herbs. They're a contemporary approach to time-honored rectangular or square wooden planter boxes. Planting in containers also allows often-diminutive herbs to assume a place of importance in the landscape.
1. A container. It’s been said that when choosing a container, you are limited only by your imagination and a drainage hole. Proper drainage is essential, as edibles do not like wet roots.Here, chives, oregano and other herbs grow in a custom steel planter with two layers of planting area and plenty of drainage into a gravel courtyard.