While sky is the limit to creative herb garden ideas, there is a catch however; a good combination of soil and sun-light will ensure that your herb garden is thriving whether you are doing container gardening indoors or gardening outdoors.
Herbs are versatile, all they need is little warmth and love from Sun God and space. If you have limited space in an urban setup, use the beautiful ceramic pots, old teapots, tall vases and jars. Herbs do not complain; they are all too happy to grow in vintage tins and cans giving you a fresh supply of aromatic, culinary herbs.
Kitchen Herb Garden
An herb garden which is completely edible is most welcome for gardeners who love to cook. Planning a kitchen herb garden which supplies a fresh bounty of culinary herbs probably might not reduce your grocery bill but uplift the standard and deliciousness of the food you eat.
Planning such a garden with proximity to the kitchen is a great advantage.
Backyard Herb Garden
Is your backyard lying abandoned and ignored for a long time?
If the answer is yes, perhaps it is right time to remove the dump that has collected for years, clean and brighten it up with fresh, green herbs.
Container Herb Garden
No space in the house?
Go for affordable containers, lovely garden planters and pretty windowsill boxes that look awesome. Not everyone has the luxury of large garden, acres of land and ample sun. If you love in a congested place like a cramped apartment or condominium, you can still pursue your hobby with aesthetically designed containers which can be placed on your patio. These container gardens are made with material that does not spoil the floor, can be easily assembled and are portable too.