Eat more herbs and inject flavour and old fashioned healthy eating into your menus. Growing your own herbs isn’t that difficult and with some of these ideas you’ll be able to find a niche for Parsley, Sage, Rosemary and Thyme irrespective of the size or type of home you live in.
Probably the easiest way of including growing herbs is the classical pot on the kitchen window sill.
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This cute little indoor herb garden will look stylish in a kitchen or a dining room.
Create a budget herb garden window using recycled bottles. This method is great for the herbs just so long as the window isn’t south facing (they’ll scorch in the summer), it also acts as a form of living curtain.
If you’re serious about adding fresh herbs to your dinner, these splash back herb holder tiles as just the answer.
Go contemporary with this awesome herb garden that can also be used as a room divider.
Never say you don’t have a place for growing herbs when you can suspend them from the ceiling.
Incorporate a herb bed into your kitchen by growing them under your counter top.
Give herbs a modern uplift by displaying them on a blackboard.
If you want a contemporary look this stunning wall herb garden unit will add a real focal point in a kitchen.
This mini herb garden and fruit bowl will look fabulous in virtually any style of home, from cottage to contemporary.
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Add a touch of Shabby Chic to your home by planting herbs in old fashioned tea cups.
If you don’t have a natural light source, this ingenious lights are ideal for encouraging herbs to grow.
Get creative and think outside the flower pot and you’ll find there’s plenty of places herbs will happily grow.
Make a living wall work to your advantage with this simple, yet very effective herb wall. This is a must for any serious cook.
No where for your herb pots? No problem, pop them on top of your gold fish bowl!