I’m not much of a gardener, and granted, I don’t have a lot of space in my little backyard to backyard anyhow. However, I do enjoy having fresh herbs in my beck and call. Thankfully, there are clever ways to easily accommodate a fresh herb garden in or close your small kitchen, even in case you don’t have a great deal of space with which to work. All you will need is a location where your plants will get a lot of sun. Here are a few of my favorites (a few analyzed, others not).
Get ready! Spring is right around the corner. — Liza from (a)Musing Foodie
Indoor/Outdoor Living Wall Planters – GBP 49.99
This miniature living wall planter is a great method to use wall space in a tight location. The business is based in the UK, but they ship internationally. If that is what you have been on the lookout for, then shoot them an email and they’re able to accommodate.
‘The Edible Balcony’ Urban Gardening Book – $21.99
Need a how-to publication for developing fresh herbs and create in a small area? Check out The Edible Balcony from Alex Mitchell.
Bacsquare 4 Flexible Portable Container Garden – $159.95
If you’ve got a 2-foot-by-2-foot area, this petite backyard container is perfect for herbs, or possibly a small vegetable garden. Slip it in the corner of the kitchen or outside on your deck or terrace.
Rectangle Metal Wall-Mounted Cedar Herb Garden Planter – $149.99
This very simple and contemporary wall-mounted herb garden can be used indoors or outside.
Bobby Berk Home
Boskke Sky Planter, Extra Small – $25
Sky Planters from Boskke are perfect for small spaces because they hang from the ceiling, and you’ve got the ability to position them however you want. Line them up, place each in a distinct portion of your kitchen or create a triangle at a corner. I love these!
Bacsac Window Box Hanging Pots – $124.95
Bacsac hanging window box pots are directly from France and are best for hanging on a kitchen wall in a small space. Imagine several rows on a vacant wall — amazing!
Produced in Layout
Herb Stand Flowerpot – GBP 30
This simple and compact design would be perfect perched on a small counter corner, arm’s reach from right where you’re cooking. And, yes, they ship to North America too.
Plow & Hearth
3-Pot Self-Watering Hanging Herb Planter – $24.95
How about an herb garden that waters itself? I love the idea! In addition, I love the fact that it is a hanging garden, so there’s no need to spare floor or counter space.
Plow & Hearth
Pyramid Planter – $79.95
This tiered cedar space-saver probably would not work in your kitchen, but if you have even a small outdoor spot available, you will still have a lot of room to cultivate your own herbs.
Round Ceramic Coralbell Strawberry Jar With 6 Pockets – $54.99
This herb garden could easily find its way into a kitchen corner sit outside. It’s intended for strawberries, but it would work perfectly for herbs also.
Hanging Planter, Vintage Faucet Handles by Reclaimed Grace – $25
Here’s a small artsy flair to your kitchen walls, complete with space for a couple of small plant crops.
Bacsac Side-by-Side Flexible Pot Portable Herb Garden Container – $49.95
This very simple herb container container is portable, which means you can easily leave it outside most of the time and then take it to the counter when you’re ready to cook. Love it.
Creative Motion Wall Hanging Planter – $8.73
Talk about simplicity! It will not get any easier than this. Hang it on a wall, on a door, outside, inside — the sky’s the limit.
Ceramic Vertical Gardening Bowl by Blue Room Pottery – $42
How about dotting the exterior of your home with a beautiful vertical terra-cotta herb garden? Gorgeous.
Terra-Cotta Round Fishbowl Tascandi Strawberry Jar Planter – $134.75
This large strawberry pot would most likely need an outdoor area, but it still would not take up too much space on a deck or terrace. I love the appearance of natural terra-cotta.
The Urban Garden Vertical Planter – $74.98
This simple backyard can be hung anywhere.
The Vertical Garden Rod by Airy Obsessions – $31
Mix and match flowers with herbs, and alter the corner of your kitchen (or a deck nook) into a beautiful edible garden. You’re able to bring pots to the sink to prevent making a mess.
Master Craft Hanging Basket Bucket Planters – $16.26
Here is another simple way to get your herb garden off the counter and hanging up and out of the way. I’m enjoying that fresh green colour.
Wagon Wheel Rustic 4-Bucket Design Garden Planter – $63.64
For a rustic, classic appearance, have a look at this wagon wheel/bucket combo. When herbs are planted and growing, the green will look great against the dark timber.
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