Added by on 2018-09-03

Plant your herbs in an extra shoe organizer in this gardening hack! Check out all of Maria’s HGTV videos here: Get more from Maria Antoinette: Tweets by tmablog Follow HGTV Handmade on Twitter for even more crafty goodness: Tweets by HGTVHandmade Be sure to subscribe to HGTV Handmade for more great DIY and crafting ideas: For more HGTV around the web, check out: HGTV YouTube Channel: HGTV on Twitter: HGTV on Facebook: Video Rating: / 5 Related PostsDIY Mason Jar Herb Garden- HGTV HandmadeDIY Faux Living Succulent Wall – HGTV HandmadeTurn Old Cookie Tins Into Wall Planters – HGTV HandmadeVertical Gardening Idea | Ikea Shoe Organizer Hack For Growing GreensSimple Indoor Hydroponic Aromatic Herb GardenMake a Kid’s Garden Stepping Stone – HGTV – Weekday Crafternoon

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  • Soilsha 1 year ago

    I have an important question: that kind of light intensity you have, is that enough for the plants? 'Cause I want to do this in my house but the sun never hits the walls directly!

  • natistal 1 year ago

    Can’t wait to make this!



  • Christine Martin 1 year ago

    Great ideal

  • Josh Pampa 1 year ago

    I know dat kirra (my wife for over twenty years who i been with since i was born(poligimistly)!she could se me watch magpies birds sing and chill and also just do gym and make money everyyyy day and she like me surfing but she dont want me to push myself todo any risky manouvers.. Same with me!! Actually!!! Im a watch the forest grow kinda person!!!

  • mp allagnat 1 year ago

    What about the watering part?
    The bag got holes , meaning you're ending up with water all over the floor?

  • Josh Pampa 1 year ago

    Yes girl your one of my favourite people now!! Love you! That's a beautiful herb house and self you is!

  • Cheryl Sue Kirin 1 year ago

    Love this idea!

  • Maria Bowen 1 year ago

    Where do you get the hanging bag?

  • Gaby Santizo 1 year ago

    Such a great idea!

  • cilibekd 1 year ago

    Love your video and love your name. Thanks for a great tutorial. Made my day!

  • tulipvalley111 1 year ago

    Awesome idea

  • Daverney Freeman 1 year ago

    Now, I'm going to YouTube how to maintain these

  • Antoinette Gurdely 1 year ago

    I have found that if you expose the root zone to light, you would get algae growth…best to use an opaque or a type of colour not to let much light through the root zone…..

  • My life with autism the good the bad the ugly 1 year ago

    How about Basil would that go on top as well?

  • Ceddriea Glenn 1 year ago

    I love this and its very convenient for beginner's like me who are fresh in the PLANTING GAME!!!