35 Herb Container Gardens ~ Pots & Planters {Saturday Inspiration & Ideas}

herb container gardensLast year was the first year I decided to start all my herb plants directly from seeds. I have to admit, I didn’t really think I had the patience to wait for the seeds to grow – however, I started them early indoors and they quickly grew to the typical sized plants I would normally end up buying anyway when it was actually time to plant them outdoors.

The seeding and growing process was incredibly easy {no green thumbs required}. I used small terra cotta pots {shown above bottom right} for the seeds and kept them on my kitchen window sill until they were ready to be transferred outdoors. It was truly rewarding and something I will definitely continue to do each year.I kept the herbs in a few planters on the deck last year and have to say it was extremely convenient to have them within an arms reach to use every chance I could. As I am a little hooked and excited to put together our herbs for this year, I thought I would share some Herb Container Gardens for this weeks House to Home

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  • Avatar LouLou Which are the best herbs to plant to start a herb garden?
    Jun 19, 2007 by LouLou | Posted in Garden & Landscape

    I have a medium sized yard, and loads of wall containers, but i'm not sure which ones to start with.

    • Mint is great, grows really easily dn there are loads of varieties with different smells
      chives grow easily too, taste great in salad/sanwiches and have gorgeous flowers
      parsley will grow outside, will die …t rockery pant, spreads well
      fennel needs a little more space but produces beautiful feathery foliage...

      these are the only ones i have ever grown really but have a look at these sites for more info