Need some ideas on growing herbs indoors? If you’re in need of some indoor herb garden ideas to have them growing all year long, then check this list out!
I have mason jars, pegboards and even ideas for your next upcycling project. Get creative with your indoor herb garden and double it as a live decor in your home.
Indoor Herb Garden Ideas
Growing herbs is one homesteader skill that everyone should know (in my opinion, that is). It may be a challenge though in case you don’t have any space outside or when winter is coming. This may pose a problem but don’t you worry, the solution is just inside your home, an indoor herb garden! If you haven’t considered it, well, these indoor herb garden ideas will show you how.
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Hanging something gives you so much more space. Build your very own hanging vertical herb garden inside your home with this DIY tutorial.
2. DIY Clothespin Herb Planters
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Want to do a little upcycling project for the home. Spend close to nothing and make these DIY herb planters. Just gather all the clothespin you can find and assemble! Get the instructions here.
3. Rainy Pot
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Add something colorful and fun in your indoor garden. This is something the kids will surely enjoy. Just look at those bright colors! See how you can make it here.
4. Coffee Tin Hanging Herb Garden
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Super easy to do. You’ll have fresh herbs hanging whenever you need them. Your kitchen is the perfect location. All you have to do is reach and pluck. Get the instructions here.
5. One Pot
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Heard of one pot meals? Well, this is your one-pot herb garden. You’ll have everything you need in one stop. Check it out here.
6. Indoor Fairy Garden
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Whoever said fairies can’t come inside? Make this adorable fairy garden that doubles as a beautiful room decor. See it here.
7. Upside Indoor Plants
Need some inspiration on how to make your herb garden? Well this is a great one! Either make a row or do a little layering, add some lights and you have a living chandelier.
8. Drawer Herb Garden
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Have a drawer lying around? Turn it into your very own herb garden. Just insert some pots and/or lining and you’re all set.
9. Chalk Paint Indoor Herb Garden
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Never have to worry about mixing up which herb is which with some chalk paint. This is something you can work on over the weekend. See how you can here.
10. Pegboard Herb Garden
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Grab a pegboard, some hooks and old mugs. This would be so easy. Just grab them upright when it’s time to water.
11. Mason Jar Vertical Herb Garden
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Miss making something from mason jars? Then this will be your next mason jar project. Pretty to look at and will save you a lot of space too. Get the tutorial here.
12. Bottle Gardens
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Got old bottles lying around? Cut them up and make an indoor herb garden out of them. This design also self-waters, how incredible is that? See how here.
13. Herb Garden Kettle Style
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Some old kettles will make for a rustic indoor herb garden. We’ve used a couple of mugs and mason jars earlier so it only makes sense to also upcycle some kettles for your indoor garden. Check it out here.
14. Mason Jar DIY Herb Garden
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Grab some mason jars and plant your assortment of herbs. If you had a hard time doing the vertical mason jar garden, then try this. See it here.
15. Gutters Herb Garden
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Repurpose gutters into an easy indoor herb garden. But be sure there are no holes. You wouldn’t want water spilling all over when you water the herbs. Check it out here.
Need more tips on how to grow your herbs indoors? This infographic from inhabitat will help you out:
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Need more tips on how to maintain your indoor herb garden? Check out this quick video from essortment:
When you don’t have the space of fear the cold will limit the growth of your herbs, take them indoors. Not only will you have a steady supply of fresh herbs, but you’ll also have some living home decor at no extra cost.
Number 5 was my favorite, which one was yours? Let me know below in the comments!
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