7 grow an herb garden Farmhouse Entry Design Photos

Tess Fine
Shy Rabbit Farm
Love the colors. Great idea for drying herbs.
Hanging herbs...Growing ivy
“Cozy” — jenozen
TruexCullins Architecture + Interior Design
5 Reviews
Designer Cottage
living, but cowboy hats aren't for you. Try inserting beadboard, garden touches in a clean finish and stone for a classic, dignified country-manor look.
Indoor plants. Rosemary topiaries are widely available now from nurseries, garden centers, big-box stores and grocery stores. They make an excellent
“hutch” — maryschanzer
LaurieAnna's Vintage Home
Farmhouse Back Porch and Garden
hang planted herbs in buckets from our coat hanger
Farmhouse Back Porch and Garden
Herb baskets...Garden ideas
“door” — vkkhamp
Adrienne DeRosa
2 Reviews
Gary + Gayle: Cincinnati, Ohio
Rosemary herbs by the front step! Great touch!
rosemary-Light requirement: Full sun Water requirement: Little to some water Prime growing season: Year-round in mild climates; spring through fall in colder climates unless brought inside a greenhouse, shed, garage or house When to plant:
“Clapboard house....” — bronwen8
Tess Fine
Shy Rabbit Farm
Shaker peg rail for dried herbs
Herbs drying in or around the kitchen is a classical country kitchen look.
I still like dried herbs, etc. hanging on pegs
Dried herbs and garlic hang under an industrial light at the entrance to the backyard.
Dried herbs and garlic hang under an industrial light at the entrance to the backyard. Sandy grows these herbs in her garden, using them as decoration and for cooking.
Many herbs come in different varieties. There are several types of sage, for example, in colors from creams and grays to greens,
yellows and purples. Layer multiple types of the same herb, either in the same bunch or next to one another, for a more interesting exhibit.
Fines herbes et gousses d’ail séchées sont suspendues sous un luminaire d’inspiration industrielle. Sandy se sert des produits de son jardin aussi bien dans
“Trim color” — hbratko
River Valley Landscapes & Pools
4 Reviews
Farmhouse Transformed
the corner and help screen the garden from the neighboring subdivision. At the rear corner of the garden a wood arbor was constructed to provide a structure on which to grow grapes or other vines should the homeowners choose to. The landscape and gardens for this restored farmhouse and
left of the front door leads to the vegetable and perennial gardens. The idea for the vegetable garden was to recreate the tradition of a kitchen garden which would have been planted close to the residence for easy access. The vegetable garden is surrounded by mixed perennial beds along the inside of
which surrounds the entire garden space. Another area designated for a bench is provided here to encourage stopping and viewing. The home’s original smokehouse, completely restored and used as a garden shed, provides a strong architectural focal point to the vegetable garden. Behind the smokehouse is
“Uf4” — Tim Crabtree
WEdesign Inc
Urban Farmstead
just begging to be cultivated. Today, two almond trees flank the parking strip, while plums, blueberries, raspberries, grapes, herbs and flowers overflow the courtyard garden. A split cedar fence is the perfect rustic backdrop, an inspiration that drove the client to cover every picket with an aluminum
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