Planting fresh herbs is a great way to stock up on your favorite flavors and fragrances right in your own yard. Here are some of our favorite creative herb gardens to inspire you to try your hand at herb gardening.
Research Before You Plant
Before you begin purchasing seeds, make a list of the herbs you would like to grow. After, go through your list and make sure you have the proper space to plant your seedlings. This is a great guide explaining when it’s best to plant herbs and vegetables!
Plant markers are a great way to stay reminded of which seeds are where. There are so many creative ways to mark your herb garden; we love both of these ideas.
This well-manicured herb garden is aesthetically pleasing!; the grass-like hedge is actually rosemary!
A lavender hedge adds a pop of color and beautiful fragrant blooms.
This tile-checkered herb garden makes picking herbs a snap! If you have an awkward corner space in your yard, put it to good use and create a tiny herb area.
Wooden crates and a bench are all that holds this rustic patio herb garden up! This is a great idea for Westchester homes which have a large patio area, or a small backyard.
If you are starting your herb garden inside, stacked planters are a great way to keep all of your herbs neatly organized and easily mobile. Chalkboard herb markers are a genius touch to keep all of your herbs labeled.
Potted herbs, fruits and veggies are neatly organized and within arm’s reach on this kitchen countertop. This is a fun way to mix up your kitchen space.