Do you love herbs? I know I sure do. Have you thought of growing them indoors? Let me show you 12 ways how to build an indoor herb garden.
Since I love to cook, and enjoy lots of flavors, herbs are my go to spices for most dishes. Growing them indoors is so handy. No more running outside to make sure they are growing, watering them is easy, and when I need them, they are right where I want them. Easy peasy, right?
Let’s take a look at some of the many ways how to build an indoor herb garden and make it part of your home decor. Some of these ideas are so beautiful they are more like art. Don’t forget to read my article about herbs that grow indoors all year long.
How To Build An Indoor Herb Garden
Mason jars make such a cute herb garden! I love this kit because it comes with a net pot, 3 presseded grow plugs and 3 mason jars. So simple and yet so cute. Don’t forget to also purchase the indoor plant food from Easy Peasy.
Utilize the space on the side of your kitchen cabinet to attach your herb garden pots. These areas usually get good sun, and it doesn’t take up more space in your kitchen. Plus, you can imagine the fragrant aroma every time you wash your hands. BONUS!
Why not use this desktop glass planter vase? Small enough for the desk or countertop, the wood stands adds to the natural beauty and enhances the green color of the herbs.
Glass hangers are so pretty. Attached with a simple rope, you can’t go wrong with these beauties..
You can also make a cute indoor herb garden by repurposing items you already have or buying new ones. These vintage looking tea cans make great planters! Imagine how cute they will look on your window sill.
Use teacups for your herb garden! You can use some that are all from the same set if you want them to match, or mix them up for something fun and different. I love the green color of this teacup. If you are going to grow herbs, you need to go “green”.
Crooked pots are becoming a huge trend! Putting a metal rod through the middle of each one will make it look like they are about to fall over even though they are really sturdy.
Hang your herbs from galvanized metal wall buckets like this! How cute! I love the rope. They will make a nice visual display and also make your home smell so nice.
If you have some vintage looking teapots hanging around, put them to use! You can also find some at flee markets or thrift stores. These make adorable herb gardens.
Anything that is mercury glass looks good! These mercury glass bottles make great indoor herb gardens that you can hang. They look great right by the window where the light can hit them.
Using plastic bottle tops for your herb garden will help you recycle! This is very cost effective and the opening at the bottom is great for the water to drain.
This hanging herb garden is so simple yet sleek.The crisp look of the white and black makes the green color of your herbs pop. Such a clean look with simple lines.