3 Tier Tin Tray Herb Garden

3 Materials
2 Hours

The purpose of this project is to create something unusual that your would not normally see in your outdoor space. After some exploring I found a 3 tier tin tray that typically is used for desserts or china.
With the 3 tier tray, I am ready to create my project that can easily be used as a centerpiece for my outdoor dining table and as well as a portable garden next to my barbecue. Its a handy project that can be used all year round.
Step 1: Supplies
  • 3 tier tin tray
  • Assorted herbs(Rosemary, Mint, Basil)
  • Garden soil
Step 2: Take the plants a-part and organize where you want to put the Basil, Rosemary and Mint in the tray. Make sure the plants are not to close together when you plant them. About 1/2 inch apart.
Step 3: Add a little soil to each tier so that the plants can grow nicely. Starting adding the plants to the tier. Add more soil around  to keep them secure and happy. Once all the assorted herbs are planted give them some water. You can place this little garden by the barecure or kitchen area. That way you can add Basil or Rosemary to the foods you are cooking. Water plants daily.

Suggested materials:

  • 3 Tier Tray  (WayFair)
  • Herb Plants  (Home Depot)
  • Garden Soil  (HomeDepot)

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