If you live in an apartment and do not own a balcony or garden where you can grow some plants, or you just want to add some greenery to your home, then planting an herb garden is a solution for you.
Having your own herb garden is not only healthier for you and your family, it saves you money and time from going to grocery store.
To help you plant your new herb garden in style, check out these 10 awesome DIY indoor herb garden ideas that are not only aesthetically pleasing, but are useful and easy to maintain.
10 Amazing Ideas For Indoor Herb Gardens
1. DIY Pallet Herb Garden
Great pallet project that anyone can build with common hand tools. Easy to maintain, and beautiful as well! (Tutorial: The Brew)
2. Hanging Buckets
This indoor vertical garden is built using only four basic materials: a cabinet door, hooks, a saw tooth hanger, and some pretty tin buckets. (Tutorial: Room 6 Design)
3. Mason Jar Herb Garden
Affix mason jars to the board with pipe clamps, and fill them with your favorite herbs and other plants to create a cute little indoor garden. (Tutorial: Camille Styles)
4. Shoe Organizer Herb Garden
Turn an ordinary over-the-door hanging shoe rack into an herb garden. Each pocket will easily support one plant, enabling you to grow a dozen herbs, flowers or vegetable plants in very little space. (Tutorial: Pretty Plain Janes)
5. Hanging Kitchen Herb Garden
Build this hanging herb garden in your kitchen window with wooden rods and curtain rings. (Tutorial: The Bird and Her Song)
6. Wine Bottle Holder Herb Garden
Mount an Ikea wine holder horizontally and plant your herbs into pint glasses. (Tutorial: Curbly)
7. Plastic Bottle Herb Garden
This project is not only adorable and functional, but it’s a great way to reuse old plastic bottles. (Tutorial: Home Dzine)
8. Copper Herb Garden
What’s great about this garden is that the excess water from the top plants filters down to the lower plants, so there is less waste. (Tutorial: HomeMade Mmodern)
9. Coffee Tin Hanging Herb Garden
Upside down growing is quite unusual but it’s a cool idea for a small indoor herb garden. (Tutorial: Persephone Magazine)
11. Gutter Chalkboard Garden
Rain gutters make for great hanging herb gardens. They don’t take up a lot of space, and their shallow beds are perfect for herbs. (Photo: Chiffons84)