Here’s proof that a lack of outdoor space shouldn’t stop a green thumb. Grow your basil and parsley right by the stove using one of these inventive solutions.
Angling pots over the sink makes use of ample kitchen window light (and the “short wall” on the side of a cabinet).
The key to successful herb growth is simple: light. But even if you have a free window, you might not have enough sill space. This inventive solution uses PVC pipe to create an in-window planter.
These self-irrigating planters are totally DIY-able — and a great way for lazy gardeners to enjoy fresh herbs all winter.
MASON JAR HERBS
Mason jars may be a cliché, but we gotta admit: They’re tailor-made for an indoor herb garden and crazy-easy to assemble.
These stained-clothespin planters are a super-cute way to display your herb collection.
Read more at: http://www.housebeautiful.com/lifestyle/gardening/advice/g1877/indoor-herb-gardens/