Build a vertical herb garden that uses little patio space and functions like a spinning, spice rack! Huge yield of herbs in a small footprint. Made with repurposed tomato support cages! Designed by Shirley Bovshow.

Want to have access to fresh spices straight from your garden? Learn to build a “living spice rack”! It even spins, just like a spice rack should!

“Way to Grow”
Garden designer Shirley Bovshow and her two apprentices, comedians Ariana Seigel and Emma Tattenbaum-Fine, take you through the basics with a fun Gardening 101 series.
Shirley brings the expertise; Ari and Emma bring the cluelessness.
If Shirley can teach them to garden, she can definitely teach you!

Featuring Shirley Bovshow, Ariana Siegel and Emma Tattenbaum-Fine
Director of Photography… Nathan Blair
Editor…. Melyssa Vazquez

Sound mixer… Chris Hall

Have any gardening questions for Shirley? Leave your comments below and Shirley will answer them.

More from Shirley:

Shirley Bovshow’s funny, warm and accessible personality made her a garden television favorite in North America as the co-host and designer of the “Garden Police” makeover show on the Discovery Home channel and popular expert on HGTV, Style Network, USA, and other major national media outlets. Based in hot, dry, Los Angeles, Shirley shares design ideas and makeovers from her professional landscaping projects on her top rated, “Eden Makers Blog” , and her new blog, Foodie Gardener. Shirley has partnered with professional producers, writers and editors from garden television to produce multiple original garden video series for the web. Her shows include the international, “Garden World Report,” “Garden Center TV”, and “Garden Makeover TV.”

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Vertical Herb Garden That Spins and Functions Like a “Living Spice Rack!”

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