16 grow an herb garden Hall Design Photos

Crisp ArchitectsCrisp Architects
Benjamin Moore's Herb Garden is a similar green.
Herb Garden 434 Paint
Herb green paint color
BM Herb Garden...Herb Garden - BM
Farmhouse ReinterpretedSmith & Vansant Architects PC
This is #466 Garden Path from Benjamin Moore paints.
This is Herb Bouquet #460 from Benjamin Moore.
#466 Garden Path from Benjamin Moore paints.
BM garden path and BM powell bluff hc35
Herb bouquet paint color
Herb Bouquet 460 Paint
Garden Path--Ben Moore
Herb Bouquet 460 Paint
50s remodelJessica Helgerson Interior Design
Would love this for kitchen with culinary herbs
Indoor garden and great alternative to stair rails.
See a house garden...Indoor garden...Living room garden
What are you doing to provide sufficient lighting for the plants to grow in what appears to be a windowless area? thank you so much!
Herb pots
A "PARLOR PALM" WOULD GROW/LOOK COOL IN A HALF WALL PLANTER
Grow bamboo indoors...interior garden
The Great BarnStudio 3 kitchens
herb garden
worm bin herb garden????
Herb table...indoor herb garden
Contemporary Home DesignMarie Burgos Design
natural light that you have in your house, there are a number plant varieties that do well as indoor plants. For the kitchen, I would definitely go with herbs. There is nothing more beautiful than a productive plant. Make sure to keep them on a sunny windowsill, or an equally prominent space that will provide
provide them with enough sunlight. I recommend starting out with Basil, Rosemary, Cilantro, Sage, or Italian Parsley for low maintenance indoor herbs. Succulents and cacti are also great plants for indoors if you have a lot of available sunlight. They require little water, and add a nice sculptural
Why not try growing an orchid. Phalaenopsis orchids are elegant and really quite low maintenance. They prefer watering every 10 days to 2 weeks and the blooms last for
Butler's Pantry AFTERNancy Lucas, Decorating Den Interiors, Sea Girt NJ
indoor herb garden
Entrance hall Spring displayModern Country Lady
A simple bowl of spring bulbs, if necessary dug straight out of the garden, and once bloomed and faded, put back in the soil, can give an entrance hall a lovely welcoming and cheerful Spring feel.
Snowdrop Galanthus One of the earliest harbingers of spring, the delicate-looking snowdrop is tough enough to poke through snow in Northern gardens and to bloom through winter in the South. Snowdrop makes a graceful addition to meadows, beds and borders. If you have snowdrop blooms to spare in spring, consider
Snowdrop Galanthus One of the earliest harbingers of spring, the delicate-looking snowdrop is tough enough to poke through snow in Northern gardens and to bloom through winter in the South. Snowdrop makes a graceful addition to meadows, beds and borders. If you have snowdrop blooms to spare in
what is the name of the plant (or grass) that are growing in the containers?
horsetail fern. I love this look, and I love the look even more when they've got their tops thick and evened up. A nice straight haircut. I tried to grow these myself with disaster... I'd suggest you read up on how to care for them first before attempting... or perhaps just buy the plastic ones. I go
English ivy, also can offset mold and other allergens. Consider philodendrons, Boston ferns, ficus trees and peace lilies — all easy to find, easy to grow and champs at keeping the air healthy.Put it into practice: Incorporate plants as part of thoughtful design rather than sticking them in random corners
Donna’s passion for gardening is evident throughout the home. On the dinette, an oversized cloche from Arhaus covers a potted plant. Donna says, “I enjoy decorating with things I love or treasure. That way, each and every day when I come home from a stressful day, it brings a smile to my face.”
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