Growing Herbs in Small Places

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I am wanting to grow herbs in a small place. Maybe a transformed pallet? Any ideas on how this can be done?

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  • Linda Sikut Linda Sikut on Apr 10, 2018
    Hi Kim,
    Several Hometalk members have posted pallet plants. Click on the link below and scroll down the projects to see if you can find one that will work for you. Wishing you the best.
    https://www.hometalk.com/search/posts?filter=pallet%20planter
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    • Linda Sikut Linda Sikut on Apr 10, 2018
      Ah, but each wheel is a little different and yours will be too. Hope you found an idea that you can use or adapt to make it your own.
  • Janet Pizaro Janet Pizaro on Apr 10, 2018
    https://www.hometalk.com/1450788/diy-herb-garden-tutorial?r=1............you can also go vertical with ladders
  • Yvonne Yvonne on Apr 10, 2018
    Hi Kim, I plant several varietys of herbs in containers. Plant in varying heights with several planters, or a nice round container you can put on a table. You can put annual flowers in it also.
  • Michael Michael on Apr 10, 2018
    Hi Kim. A vertical herb garden may best suit your needs. A pallet is great for small spaces when it is positioned on the end, in a upright position ( as long as you are able to secure it from tipping. Or, use two pallets, facing each other, with rails to hold them in position.) Affix mason jars accordingly to allow for growth. Maximum utilization of limited space! I would send a picture, but I just thought of this and have not made one but I am going to soon.

  • Janet Panos Janet Panos on Apr 10, 2018
    Hello! The Hometalk website shows these plant projects using pallets. Hope this gives you some ideas. Good luck!

    https://www.hometalk.com/search/posts?filter=Pallet%20plant
  • Redcatcec Redcatcec on Apr 10, 2018
    What great ideas with pallets! We will be growing herbs in a small semi-sunlit place using concrete blocks in an upright position. Filling them with dirt in the open areas and then planting oregano, parsley, thyme, and maybe dill.
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