Tin Can Herb Garden
DIY: Tin Can Herb Garden Step 1. Source some old empty tin cans from your kitchen. Clean them so they're ready to be filled. Step 2. Decorate your tin however you choose. Step 3. Choose your favourite herb seedlings and select which tin you want to put them in. Step 4. To avoid having to cut a
Indoor Herb Garden Tin Can Planters If you want to grow an indoor herb garden, this is a unique way to do it. Buy one of these room divider screens and set it up, and you have a ready-made grid which you can use to place the tin can planters.
DIY Tin Can Herb Tabletop Set Welcome spring with an easy-to-make tabletop herb garden. but I would love to make my indoor herb garden look a little nicer than it does now! Reply. Lynn says. I knew there was a reason I save tin cans. Love this idea and I have everything on hand! Thanks
What you'll need: Tin containers with snap-on plastic lids (tea, cocoa, and coffee cans are a good bet), coat hangers, pliers, scissors, herbs (I bought basil, rosemary, dill, and cilantro for about $2.50 each), masking tape, coffee filters, a nail, a hammer, X-acto knife, scrap fabric or paper, and glue or spray adhesive.
There are a plethora of herb garden ideas you can choose from that will literally spice up your life! The best thing about this kind of gardening is that it really doesn't take a lot of effort to put together. Some herb garden ideas can be as simple as throwing a few seeds in a trio of tin pails and setting them on your kitchen window sill.
I took the cans and filled the bottoms with a layer of pea gravel to allow drainage; then I added 1 scoop of the potting soil (I didn't need a lot since the herbs came in dirt). I took the herbs out of the pots they came in and broke up the dirt with my hands, then placed them in the tin canand packed them down.