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Last Minute Gardening Mother's Day Presents

Orchid care and love.  Pinning this because this is where orchids experience their last gasp.  :(  And I LOVE them!

Orchid care: Water with ice cubes once a week. Ice cubes melt slowly so the water has time to be fully absorbed by the roots. Also, mist weekly with an orchid food spray.

What could be greener — color wise, and also environmentally speaking — than growing herbs right in your own kitchen? Growing herbs indoors isn't without its challenges, but if your kitchen has sufficient light, you can save money on grocery bills, make your kitchen smell amazing, and reduce the distance from farm to table to, oh, about fifteen feet. Here are a few ideas to get you started.

Ideas for Growing Herbs Right in Your Kitchen

A no-fuss recycled windowsill herb garden. Self-watering planters like these aren’t a new idea. This version looks nice & works great for small herbs and plants. Empty beer bottles or make a larger garden with wine bottles.

great idea from Steph & Covet living for blackboard paint on the rim of herb pots.

Chalkboard Pots: Organize plants and seedlings, and identify homegrown kitchen herbs, by painting the collars of clay pots with stripes of chalkboard paint (available at craft stores). After the paint dries, write the name of each plant using chalk.

Køkken Inspiration

Køkken Inspiration (neronoir.dk)

Deixe os temperos fáceis de usar e aproveite para decorar a sua cozinha ;)

Now I'll be obsessed with buying tea tins. Won't drink it but live a nice tin. LOL Tea containers to plant herbs for the windowsill in the kitchen.

Kubus Black Bowl- by Lassen // a possible diy with ikea ps 2012 table

Designer Black Steel Kubus Bowl By Lassen - Scandinavian Homewares