Emma Barlow
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How do you identify your plants in the garden after you have planted the seed? I usually use Garden Markers to help me to know what plants are what.

How do you identify your plants in the garden after you have planted the seed? I usually use Garden Markers to help me to know what plants are what.

Mmmm… can you smell the freshness? Homegrown herbs are the perfect addition to any meal. This DIY Mason jar herb garden is a fresh and delicious addition to your kitchen. What you need: Wooden Plaque with Mason Jars, Hand Made Modern Paint, paintbrush, screwdriver, soil, herbs{—basil, rosemary, cilantro, sage, mint, etc.—} and a chalkboard marker. (TIP: Double your herb production by stacking more than one herb container garden in your kitchen!)

Mmmm… can you smell the freshness? Homegrown herbs are the perfect addition to any meal. This DIY Mason jar herb garden is a fresh and delicious addition to your kitchen. What you need: Wooden Plaque with Mason Jars, Hand Made Modern Paint, paintbrush, screwdriver, soil, herbs{—basil, rosemary, cilantro, sage, mint, etc.—} and a chalkboard marker. (TIP: Double your herb production by stacking more than one herb container garden in your kitchen!)

Like in the good old days, there’s a tried and true way to grow basil, chives and parsley. Plant them in a wooden box, sit them on a sunny window sill and water as often as needed.

Like in the good old days, there’s a tried and true way to grow basil, chives and parsley. Plant them in a wooden box, sit them on a sunny window sill and water as often as needed.