How To: Make a One-Pot Indoor Herb Garden -  The Kitchn

How To: Make a One-Pot Indoor Herb Garden

How To: Make a One-Pot Indoor Herb Garden:: Fortunately its not difficult to grow these herbs indoorseven in a tiny kitchen.] One big pot, some potting soil, and a few herb plants are all you need. You should also have a sunny spot

Rosemary, container garden

Rosemary, Rosmarinus officinalis -Get detailed growing information on this plant and hundreds more in BHG's Plant Encyclopedia.

Identifica las enfermedades que pueden tener tus plantas observando el color de sus hojas, y aprende cómo combatirlas.

Cómo identificar qué le pasa a tu planta y cómo solucionarlo

Learn how to rescue plants that are dying with the practical advice and tips in this handy Garden Plants Guide. *Look out Lowe's Clearance Plants!

10 Awesome IKEA Hacks - I have this wine rack!  What a good use for it when I decide to upgrade my wine storage capacity :)

10 Awesome IKEA Hacks

This DIY planter requires nothing more than some pint glasses and an IKEA Vurm wine rack. Click through for instructions and more indoor herb garden ideas for your kitchen.

Plant your escort cards into moss covered pots with this lovely botanical seating chart. Hand the plants out to your relatives after the reception. @myweddingdotcom

20 Stylish Seating Charts to Greet Your Reception Guests

ESCORT CARD TABLE IDEA Plant your escort cards into moss covered pots with this lovely botanical seating chart. Hand the plants out to your relatives after the reception.

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Romantic Spring Wedding on a Budget

I love this ideas for a wedding favor - though for fall I might add some festive paint of go with brighter flowers!

Paint clay pots with chalk board paint, write the names of the plants in chalk, plant the herbs.  I already have some chives in a pot so I am almost there.- perfect present for my dad

Flower pots with chalk board paint. Cute idea to get rid of excess chalk board paint ~~ Brilliant! I was going to plant indoor herbs, that will work very nicely, have lots of leftover chalkboard paint ;

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