Mason jars make such a cute herb garden! You will just have to be careful not to over water your herbs since there is no drainage. You can also help avoid over watering by putting stones at the bottom of the jar so the water sits there rather than in the soil.
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.
Use a little box like this one for your herbs to give them a terrarium look. This creates a mini green house for your herbs.
Use some clear drinking glasses for your herb garden. They look so uniform and put together even though it doesn’t take much more. These are great to hang by your window with hooks.
You can also make a cute indoor herb garden by repurposing items you already have. These vintage looking tea boxes make great planters!
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.
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 little tin buckets like this! How cute! 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. It is nice because it holds each herb jar perfectly yet doesn’t take up too much space with it’s vertical design. Make sure to put it in a place with lots of sun.