Plant Herbs in an Original Way

Some spices are easy to plant at home. Today, we want to show you how to do it in a creative way with these simple instructions.
Plant Herbs in an Original Way

Last update: 25 February, 2019

Plant herbs in a simple yet original way with our ideas. Having your own herb garden is hands down the best way to add fresh flavors to your dishes.

Herbs are essential for cooking because they help you jazz up your meals. They also offer wonderful health benefits.

It’s important to use fresh herbs when you cook. You can find them in supermarkets, but why not plant them at home like you already do with strawberries and other fruits?

If planted properly and stylistically, your herbs will also make beautiful decor for your kitchen, deck or garden. So, think carefully about where and how you want to plant your herbs because they’ll have a visual impact on their surroundings.

Plant your herbs in labeled containers

First off, every plant will require special maintenance and a particular location. That means some herbs will need to be closer to light sources while others will require more watering, etc.

With that thought in mind, you can try grouping herbs together according to their needs while taking their aesthetics into consideration as well.

Try using pots or other containers to plant them individually. If you want, use glass jars to give your kitchen a natural feel.

Regardless of the container you choose, we recommend using labels to always have a clear idea about its contents. You can try washable stick-on labels that are nice and resistant. Every container will have its own charm with a beautiful label.

Or, following the lead of gardening stores or plant nurseries, you could buy wooden or plastic tags instead. Just stick them into the soil and write whatever you want on the tag.

Lastly, think about buying personalized containers, such as vintage bottles or cans that already have the name of an herb written on its outside. You might not be able to find one for every herb, but you’ll at least be able to find the most common ones. Sometimes you’ll find them in different languages like French.

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Set them up in a vertical garden

Branching off from the idea of planting herbs in different containers, now, we want to give you ideas on how to place them. A great idea for organizing your herbs is using a vertical garden, which will barely take up any space.

Look for the best spot in your home to set it up. Considering that it’ll be an herb garden, the best placement is in your kitchen or somewhere nearby to have it handy.

One vertical garden idea is installing three metal or wooden bars on the wall to hold little pots. Aside from being very practical, it’ll look beautiful.

Another idea is planting your herbs in floating pots that are suspended from the ceiling. But make sure you set them up at a good height to ensure that they don’t get in the way.

You should also make sure to keep an eye on the floor below them. Keep it clean of water, soil and leaves.

A small greenhouse or mini urban garden

Some herbs can’t survive cold temperatures. So take extra care of them: greenhouses are a great solution. If you live in the countryside, accessing a greenhouse won’t be a problem. If you’re in the city, however, things will be more complicated.

But you can find mini greenhouses that people often use just for decoration. One option is the SOCKER greenhouse, available at IKEA stores, that costs 14.99 euros.

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Or, mini-gardens and mini urban gardens are another, increasingly popular, option. But even though space is tight, be sure to keep them well organized.

Lastly, for a natural touch, you can use quality artificial lawn to blend them into backyards or decks seamlessly.

As you’ve read with us today, planting your herbs in an original way is possible. You can choose the right containers for the job and find the perfect place for them in your home.

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