347 when to grow herbs Kitchen Design Photos

Bright Green
Kitchen Herbs
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Herb Living Wall, Bright Green GroVert Frame
Does anyone have this? I was thinking of getting one to plant some food herbs, (parsley, mint, cilantro, etc., but I'd be afraid that the soil would crumble? Anyone at home have any good success? Thanks.
when did you instal that planter? How long did it last, is it still in use and thriving in the same location?
Won't the soil crumble when being watered?
reduce any soil fines that would drop, also when watering you can mist the soil which will help keep the soil moist.
looks very cool, but anyone with two cents worth of wit will know that everything in that planter needs FULL SUN to grow - that means 6+hrs direct sunlight every day. Unless your using a grow light don't expect this to work as shown "indoors" :(
“love the vertical garden” — Pamela Wogenstahl
Portico Design Group
2 Reviews
Roxton
Ideabooks150K
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photo credit: Kristen McGaughey, custom herb garden from Studio N2
Are there directions somewhere on how to create the wall herb garden?
R those herbs growing there , or just arranged , good design
My question is, are you growing or drying the herbs, or both?
Do you happen to have a source for the herb garden prop?
Growing plants in jars with no drainage will likely rot the roots and get the soil moldy within a week (could get kind of smelly too). Also, with no outdoor ventilation, little white bugs will swarm herbs. This plant wall would work well outside with supports to hold drainage
jars are tilted. You can tilt them any way you want if you don't screw the clamps in too tight. My herbs were very unsuccessful but I was at a house with basically zero light, and I think I burned them when I got an artificial one. Give it a shot. If it doesn't work you can still use the rack for other
“plants” — ambercheri1228
Tendances Concept
3 Reviews
The Cucina
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and an Iroko wood block, both with a reverse angle edge. Proof that elegance and simplicity can coexist. To top off the design: decorative shelves and herb containers in stainless steel. A nod to the sink directly integrated and welded to the metallic 3/8'' counter. A tasty recipe to inspire the greatest
Hi Laurenlewis2, This is decorative herb containers in stainless steel and it is all customized and manufactured according to the customers' plans. For more information, you can come and visit our showroom and meet our talented kitchen designers or visit our website (www.tendances-concept.com)
I love the idea of growing herbs like that.
I like the built in seed starter. Plants growing.
Create living shelvesFoodies and cooks will lust after these stainless-steel herb shelves. The modern, industrial mix of wood and metal in this kitchen are the perfect foil to the green, aromatic herbs.
“Cabinet color” — nsperling
Bonfigli Design
Planter Detail
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What else would you put here besides wine bottles. With 3 teenage boys thinking something else would be better sitting out. Love the idea of the herbs, and even the wine during parties... just couldn't think what else would look good sitting there.
great for a kitchen, grow herbs
Beautiful access to herbs, oil, wine, etc.
have a custom pan made to hold items like fresh herbs, wine, oil and vinegar in a kitchen island countertop.
want growing herbs in the kitchen. Do I want the rangetop on an island?
It would be cool if there were the bottles of wine or liquor tucked into the bar top like this along with herbs
On the counter. This idea might be best for herbs already cut (fill a little water at the bottom of the trough to keep herbs fresh), but you could just as easily stick a small pot in there to have growing greens close
“Herbs et vinegar” — onushkol
NURIT GEFFEN-BATIM STUDIO
5 Reviews
a house in raanana
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leaving plenty of rooms for herbs, sprouts and other plants.
3. Plant a windowsill herb garden. Regardless of your climate, you can grow herbs in the windowsill. There's
There's nothing quite like snipping fresh herbs when you need them, and the life they'll add to the space can't be beat.
When a ceiling of glass isn’t feasible, a large greenhouse-style window is the next best thing. A setup like this is a great option if you want to grow plants that require an ample amount of sunlight or just want to feel closer to nature than a typical window would allow.
“Window” — anapedraza007
Fabrizia Frezza Architecture & Interiors
1 Review
Villa Cetona, Siena - Italy
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I would love to create a space like this when I remodel my kitchen, and I'd like to know how much space I would need to accomplish this. Thanks! :)
levels for eyes to see=cozy...bottles over hearth,rafters above, herbs drying in multiples
Herbs hanging from the ceiling beams
only five to 10 stems or branches together to allow for ventilation. Once they've dried, you can combine these smaller bunches into larger ones.Dried herbs and flowers over the dining table add a warm, rustic feel.
“Dining room colors - yellow tie-in to Tuscan kitchen” — Shaunna Haynes
Amy A. Alper
7 Reviews
Amy A. Alper, Architect
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I was never able to get an exact color. It is a soft green and existing when the Owners moved in.
The paint color was there when we moved in, sort of a sagey green. Sorry, don't know the color!
easy, the parts should likely be handwashed to be on the safe side but easy to pop in and out. I've used the hood on low most of the time. only high when I'm grilling on top and putting out a lot of smoke. vents well for us all the time and haven't had any issues at all.
“Red stove and farm sink” — Brian M
Doug Towle
The William Farley House
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Neat kitchen and the way they dry the herbs
Towle admired the cabinet color in Architectural Digest and replicated it here, applying a wash and a striated finish.Towle picks herbs and hangs them from the ceiling to dry; when the room heats up, a wonderful fragrance fills the air.Stools: Hoffman Woodward
“Right angle counter witH cupboard on top to display” — junia2
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