38,666 planting herb gardens Outdoor Design Photos

Sheila Schmitz
desert and mild-winter climates, continue planting through fall. Favorites: Bouquet, Dukat, Fernleaf, Lady Diana, Smokey Bronze
Light requirement: Full sun Water requirement: Regular until established, then light When to plant: Dill germinates more readily in spring
Light requirement: Full sun Water requirement: Regular until established, then light When to plant: Dill germinates more readily in spring, but you can sow through
Dill is heat sensitive, so even with your best efforts, the plants may die back in hot summer conditions. Keep weeds under control. Pinch back the tops to keep the plants bushier and encourage new growth. You may need to stake taller plants, especially in windy areas. Dill attracts butterflies and
“Dill” — mscaching
Sheila Schmitz
Add frilly dill to the herb garden (july 17/13)
to release the seeds into the bag and remove it, being careful not to spill the seeds on the ground. Let them dry in a warm and dry place.Next: More herbs to grow at home
HarvestHarvest leaves when plants are 4 to 5 inches tall. Use fresh leaves for cooking until the flowers form; at that point you can harvest leaves to dry. Dry them in a cool location out of the sun. Leaves need to be completely dry before storing. To collect seeds, cut the flower stalks when the flower
“Planting herbs” — macies
Carolle Huber
10 Reviews
Herbs at Hand
A kitchen garden adds beauty and utility to the space between the house and the walkway. Favorite herbs add fragrance, flavor and color to the landscape and the kitchen.
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Seedlings Gardening
East Side Drought Tolerant Landscape
We loved this wispy "Love In the Mist" flower in our herb planter last summer!
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Seedlings Gardening
East Side Drought Tolerant Landscape
container garden
container plants...herb garden...Seedlings Gardening
“red” — kyrymama
Art | Harrison Interiors & Collection
Birmingham, MI Private garden
hanging plants idea for herb garden in courtyard
vertical and clean and green. Make patterns with different color plants.
be cool to do with herbs
Vertical garden I like the idea
The screen nudges you off the driveway and around the side, down a granite flagstone path to the private garden.
A vertical garden of herbs like lavender and rosemary not only does double duty when dinnertime comes, but their relaxing scent also helps create a feeling of seclusion.
taille, est idéal pour les petits pieds de légumes ou les herbes aromatiques. Vous pouvez ainsi cultiver et récolter vos légumes à votre hauteur sans problème.Astuce : pensez à adapter l’exposition de votre structure aux besoin de vos plantes. Les variétés de fraises retombantes comme la Vivarosa ou
“Garden ideas screen” — apolonialoza
Modern Country Lady
Potager or traditional vegetable garden
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? ...
Can't wait to plant my herb garden!
hole for planting should be and if amendments are required. Basic pruning techniques and general fruit and berry care are also included in the workshop.
Perhaps you want to use your outdoor space to grow edibles. Grow garden veggies and herbs in a raised bed. The square-foot gardening system allows
“Veg area” — dleahy1
Samuel H. Williamson Associates
1 Review
This traditional herb and cutting garden is conveniently located just outside the kitchen, with views to the dining terrace beyond.
could you tell me what plants you have in the middle of the patio. I would like some tall ones and lower level plants in the front. A combo would be nice. Thank you. Gail
I could do the square garden as my vegetable garden
Plants "look" in the middle section
have your herbs nearby? This classic blend of herbs and cutting flowers also helps break up what could otherwise be a too-expansive spread of brick pavers.
Try a patio garden. If you are looking to dip your toes into the water of edible gardening, try starting by incorporating a few herbs or vegetables
brick path surrounding this one makes it easy to reach the plants from all angles.
“Bricks” — lod1313
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