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Vertical Herb Garden Project

By: Jennifer from thecraftpatchblog.com

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Vertical Herb Garden Project
Vertical Herb Garden Project
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Has your herb garden outgrown your windowsill and now needs a new home of its own? Check out this neat DIY garden design with the Vertical Herb Garden Project. This simple woodworking craft project will give your growing herb garden a place to spread its roots. It's even got a fun outdoor design with the backboard styled like a fence. This is a fun garden craft idea and an easy project for you to spruce up your backyard this summer. Once the woodwork is complete, you'll have free reign to decorate the pots and label them the way you want. Add a colorful watering can and some pretty garden tools into the mix!

Estimated Cost$21-$30

Time to CompleteWeekend project

MaterialsNature Material, Wood

Primary TechniqueGardening

Intermediate

SeasonSummer

Project TypeMake a Project

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Best Idea Ever I saw this and immediately had to post it on Facebook for my husband to see! He loves to build projects like this for our home and yard. Little by little over the years we have been together I have gotten him hooked on growing flowers! He has always had me hooked on the projects he creates with wood, so a win/win situation. After reading your post, it seems to me that this tutorial is well written and easy to follow. I also really like the way you have it all set up in the photo, a very nice set up that makes it super appealing to draw us in to check it out right away. Which you did with me! So thank you so much for the great tutorial and fantastic project!

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