DIY Window Herb Garden From IKEA Pots
April 19, 2012 by Robin Plaskoff Horton I come from a healthy family tree of Midwest farmers, but by the time I inherited the family’s green thumb it was actually more like a dry shade of brown. After being uprooted last year from the never-ending greenness I loved in San Francisco, I was repotted in a world of winters in Pennsylvania. The sudden change has helped me channel a bit of the farmer in me to recreate a bit of the green California world I left behind. Urban living, however, has provided us with not a single outdoor space to call our own. Determined to keep plants off the floor or add another shelf to our floor plan, I scoured the Internet for a cheap and easy way to harvest some photosynthesis from our 12’ windows. DIY Window Herb Garden: Supplies: 1. 2. 3. After spraying the hooks and pot holders with a good coat of paint to match the rod, as well as a quick trip to the nursery to select my new herby housemates of our favorite varieties, the project was complete.
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• jardinage en contenant/container gardening