DIY Mason Jar Herb Garden – Eco Snippets

DIY Mason Jar Herb Garden


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“I really hate those packages of herbs they sell in the produce department. They are WAY overpriced and the herbs are only SEMI-fresh. Plus, you end up with WAY more than you need for one recipe.

So when I saw this simple idea from Dimples & Pigtales (how cute is that name!?) for growing an “herb garden” in your very own kitchen, I couldn’t get to the store to buy seeds fast enough! Other than having to buy the seeds, everything else I already had at home. Mason jars – Check! Potting soil – Check!

And that’s really all you need! I also added a bit of string and a cute chalkboard tag that I got at Staples (Martha Stewart Home Office) so I could remember what I planted in each jar (although I ended up mixing them all up anyway! Notice the TWO tags that say “Chives”. I’m hopeless sometimes.)…”

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I would imagine that without any drainage holes that the herbs would get very waterlogged. not a good idea at all.

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