White Pebble Mulch in Planter with Herbs

Many herbs require drier soil and lower humidity. Pebble mulch helps accomplish these conditions.

Backyard Patio Project: Container Herb Garden

Backyard Patio Project: Before and After...and After

Backyard Patio Project: Container Herb Garden gives a lot of nutritional value for just a bit of space.

Window box Herb garden: ‪#‎gardeninspiration‬ How do you grow your herbs?

Kitchen Herb Window Box - Window Boxes are perfect for culinary herbs. Many of them grow well in confined spaces, and window boxes provide the good drainage essential to most herbs.

Here are my 5 favorite container veggies for beginning gardeners. They’re all easy to start from seed and will grow happily in containers on your patio, driveway, poolside…wherever you can fit ‘em. All these varieties are from my friends at Renee’s Garden. “Bush Slicer” cucumber: Juicy slicing cucumbers in record time on disease resistant, dwarf …

Is it your first year gardening? All you have is a tiny patio? No worries! Here are my 5 favorite container vegetables for beginning gardeners, plus container gardening tips and tricks for a great harvest.

Container Herb Garden that comes back year after year by growing perennial herbs: mint, Egyptian walking onions, saffron, rosemary, chives, marjoram, oregano, anise hyssop, sage, thyme,salad burnet, tarragon (French), chamomile, and arugula. Add in some annuals like basil, parsley, and cilantro and you have yourself everything you need for your kitchen.

Grow Your Own Perennial Herb Container Garden

Larger is better when it comes to pot size for your container herb garden, according to Garden Therapy. It gives your herbs space to grow. Click through to read other tips on growing perennial herb container gardens.

Shine Your Light: Planting Herbs In Containers

Planting Herbs In Containers

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After describing the benefits of growing herbs at home in containers, our vertical veg man picks his favourites

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Herb Collection, Burpee's Designed Garden We offer our finest herbs in this easy-to-grow herb garden kit.

Growing Herbs in Containers - Making Herb and Vegetable Containers - Successful Container Gardens - University of Illinois Extension

Lovely silvery leaves of Sage contrast perfectly with the aged terracotta pots. The white deposits are likely calcium that has collected over time, adding to the charm of this collection.

How to harvest your herbs: Simple tips and tricks for harvesting herbs!

How To Harvest Your Herbs [Herb Garden Series]

Top 10 Best & Easiest Herbs to Grow in Your Garden (And How to Use Them)

Top 10 Best & Easiest Herbs to Grow in Your Garden (And How to Use Them)

The 5 Best Pieces of Advice If You Want to Start a Small Container Garden: Apartment Therapy

Harvesting basil - this works for mint and lemon balm too!

Harvesting basil tips. Basil, mint and dill are fast growing plants and require more pruning than thyme, oregano, parsley and dill which are slower growing.