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15 Easy DIY Herb Garden Ideas


Are you thinking of growing an herb garden? Planting an herb garden has many benefits. They give you fresh herbs all year round, they provide beautiful greenery, they’re easy to care for, and they purify the air inside your home. These tutorials for making an indoor or outdoor herb garden are super helpful and will help you decide which one is best for your home.

How to make an herb garden with these ideas which include mason jar planters, hanging planters, pallet planters, tiered planters, vertical planters, ladder planters and so much more!

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15 Easy DIY Herb Garden Ideas

15. Make An Adorable Herb Garden With Old Glass Jars


Herb Gardens are all the rage these days, and what better way to start your herb garden than with repurposed jars? I love how the jars are uniform and see through so you can see the roots!

Get tutorial here: Make An Adorable Herb Garden With Old Glass Jars

14. Rustic Wheel Herb Garden

The Country Chic Cottageby @CountryChicCottage

Repurpose an old rustic wheel in your herb garden. It makes a great decoration as well as conversation piece.

Get tutorial here: Rustic Wheel Herb Garden

13. DIY Pallet Vertical Herb Garden

99 Palletsby @99pallets

Lacking space? This hanging pallet herb garden is a great idea. Best part is, the pallets can be found in most everyone’s junk piles or giving them away at stores.

Get tutorial here: DIY Pallet Vertical Herb Garden

Indoor Herb Garden

When you don’t have a lot of space outside or the colder weather limits their growth, bring the herbs inside. They offer beautiful greenery and the convenience of fresh herbs year round.

12. Indoor Hanging Herb Garden

The Bird and Her Songby @thebirdandhersong

Here is a clever way to create a lovely hanging herb garden in your kitchen in a very easy and inexpensive way from a simple trip to the local hardware store!

Get tutorial here: Indoor Hanging Herb Garden

11. Indoor Herb Garden Using Recycled Milk Bottles

Grillo Designsby @grillodesigns

Upcycle plastic milk or water jugs to use as herb planters. Use the handles to hang them on a rod or piece of wood. Works great for the indoors or outdoors.

Get tutorial here: Indoor Herb Garden Using Recycled Milk Bottles

10. Mason Jar Wall Planter

Not Just a Housewife@notjustahousewife

Using mason jars, an old board, and pipe clamps, learn how to create an adorable indoor or outdoor planter. I think these would look so cute on a kitchen wall filled with herbs!

Get tutorial here: Mason Jar Wall Planter

Kitchen Herb Garden

The kitchen is the perfect place to have an herb garden. You’ll have fresh herbs available at your finger tips when you’re cooking.

9. Kitchen Herb Garden

On Sutton Placeby @OnSuttonPlace

Are you feeling inspired to bring some of the glorious outdoors inside? This tutorial will show you how to create a lovely herb garden using galvanized planters.

Get tutorial here: Kitchen Herb Garden

8. Chalk Painted Herb Planters

Rustic and Woven

by @RusticWoven

Inspired by farmhouse decor here is a fabulous DIY project to make simple terracotta pots a little bit more stylish! An easy project to tackle with a little paint and a brush. Then plant your herbs to finish the look!

Get tutorial here: Chalk Painted Herb Planters

7. Vertical Kitchen Herb Garden

The Domestic Heartby @thedomesticheart

This vertical garden is a super chic way to decorate your kitchen with herbs! I love that the buckets are hanging so that you can easily remove them to use the herbs or even to water them.

Get tutorial here: Vertical Kitchen Herb Garden

6. Herb Garden in a Tin Can

Handmade Charlotte@handmadecharlotte

Turn a can of veggies into an herb garden! It’s a wonderful gift idea for housewarming, birthday or bridal shower. All the recipient has to do is “pop the top, add water and let it grow”.

Get tutorial here: Herb Garden in a Tin Can

5. Mason Jar Herb Garden

Consumer Craftsby @ConsumerCrafts

Mason jars or recycled jars make great planters for an herb garden. You can attach tag or even add plant markers. Makes a quick and easy gift idea too.

Get tutorial here: Mason Jar Herb Garden

Outdoor Herb Garden

There are so many clever ways to grow an herb garden outdoors. Here are a few ideas that make great space savers too.

4. Wine Box Herb Garden

Garden Therapyby @GardenTherapy

These wine box planters are a rustic and chic way to decorate your home with herbs! A relatively easy project to tackle thanks to this great tutorial. Perfect to display outside on the patio, a deck or even in the garden! Stack them to save space and create height and depth.

Get tutorial here: Wine Box Herb Garden

3. Tiered Herb Garden

The Vintage Wren@thevintagewren

Using different sizes of galvanized tubs is a clever way to make a tiered herb garden. It’s a fairly inexpensive project too.

Get tutorial here: Tiered Herb Garden

2. DIY Herb Garden

Gingersnap Craftsby @GingerSnapCraft

This leaning ladder with planter boxes is perfect for growing an herb garden. Follow this amazing step by step tutorial to make your own ladder.

Get tutorial here: DIY Herb Garden

1. Chandelier Herb Garden

How to turn an old chandelier into an herb garden. So clever!

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  1. Great, I enjoyed reading the whole article because I would like to have a small herb garden. Love you shared some useful resources.

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