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Wall Herb Garden in Jars instructions at http://www.thriftyfun.com/Canning-Jar-Herb-Garden-1.html Subscribe! https://goo.gl/2kcBM9 Like us on Facebook – http://www.facebook.com/ThriftyFunFB Video Rating: / 5 I am a big fan of the container store. They have shelving systems called Elfa. Although not “made” for outside, being out won’t harm the integrity of the shelves . However the finish more than likely will be damaged , but that’s the look I’m going for. Rustic, weathered, and Organic 🙂 Here I place erbs, and other objects to give a nice feel in my garden. Video Rating: / 5 Related PostsSMDC D.I.Y. Home Improvement Video Series : D.I.Y. Wall Planters Using Mason JarsLeah Ashley’s DIY Herb Wall GardenPi Wall Vertical Hydroponic Grow System Living WallsLow Cost Clear Plastic Jars for Hydroponic ComponentsEasy DIY herb garden. You can make this planter in an afternoon.IKEA Hyllis Hack: DIY Indoor herb Garden

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23 Comments

  • mattbunce07 1 year ago

    Will pint sized jars work as well?

  • NubianQueen04 1 year ago

    Very cool idea!

  • jAM Ab 1 year ago

    infinitif smal gardent

  • Izzy's Doll Garden 1 year ago

    Where did you get the wood from?

  • Izzy's Doll Garden 1 year ago

    My screws aren't screwing into the hose clamps. how can I fit them?

  • Chuck Magee' 1 year ago

    Thanks for this video. I am really interested to try your suggestion about watering with ice cubes. Thanks for that tip!

  • docwilkey 1 year ago

    Neat idea!

  • future widow 1 year ago

    did you have any problems with the roots being exposed to the light?

  • crayondoom 1 year ago

    How did the plants fare in the long run?

  • ThriftyFun 1 year ago

    That's why there are a lot of rocks in the bottom. So the soil doesn't get too soggy. Watering these herbs with ice cubes help insure that the plants won't get overwatered. The slow melting of the ice cubes makes it so the soil can absorb the water.

  • T Miller 1 year ago

    This is all so inspiring to me I tell ya! You are a gardening genius 🙂 thank you so much for all the great info and tips!

  • S Brown 1 year ago

    What state are you in? Everything looks beautiful! Can't wait to see the "after" wall.

  • Allistene Charles 1 year ago

    Wow great job,I. Thank you for doing such a great job.

  • John Tolson 1 year ago

    very creative and versitile! Thanks for sharing.

  • Love the hanging bucket idea! I ran out of the hanging baskets and have a bunch of mint that loves to trail down the sides of the basket. Super cool, blessings and thank you!

  • Diana Rickman 1 year ago

    This is great. Looking forward to the updates.

  • The Garden of Weeden 1 year ago

    looks great! thank you for sharing.

  • Bob Lt (BobMel's Gardening) 1 year ago

    You really do an awesome job on the rooftop garden. Thanks for sharing. Best wishes Bob.

  • LARK'S GARDENS 1 year ago

    This is great. Can't wait until your updates. Thanks for sharing.

  • mrbr549 1 year ago

    Love the little Lemon and Orange trees.

  • High Desert Garden (Phillip) 1 year ago

    That is a nice setup. I wonder how the mirrors are going to work out.

  • DW Marschall 1 year ago

    Very artistic touches. I'm afraid if I tried something like that it would look like a 5-yr-old did it.

  • Vicky Crowley (azsysadmin) 1 year ago

    Very nice. Love the mirror behind the planters.