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Inspirational Herb Gardens – all the ideas you need here!

Hopefully, I have got you thinking about growing herbs.  Looking for inspiration for doing so?  Don’t have much space or wanting a low care option?  Then check out these inspirational herb gardens – some really innovative DIY ideas for growing herbs, even in small spaces or a little windowsill.

Some of these ideas are so simple to create and provide a visually beautiful way to grow your own. Click here to take a look.

PS – Also take a look at some of the delicious things growing in my garden by clicking here.


Have these images inspired you to create your own or do you have a creative way to grow herbs?  I’d love you to share or even send me a photo for me to post on my Pinterest page.


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Kitchen Herb Garden.

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  • Kylie

    Your garden is amazing! You’ve inspired me to start my vege/herb patch again – in foam boxes at the side of the house, so not nearly as lush as yours, but a start 🙂

    • Foam boxes make great containers and I’m glad to have inspired. All tastes the same no matter where it’s grown. G x

  • I love growing herbs, but something keeps eating my basil! Any ideas on how to stop it? I’ve got it in a big pot on the ground at the moment which also has in it, thyme, parsley, chives and cherry tomatoes!!

    • I don’t have any issues with basil being eaten, one of the few things in my garden that escapes bugs, bats, birds or bandicoots! Have you seen what’s eating it as that will determine what you do to protect it? If you can tell me if it is caterpillars or slugs I would think are your most likely culprits. Also, basil season is just starting. Because the QLD has had a mild winter, mine has survived the winter frosts. But for a strong crop, you might find replacing last seasons plants with new seedlings will grow strongest. G x

  • olivia

    I have a sage plant that is doing terribly. How is the best way to grow sage?

    • It is only just coming into season at the moment (never thrives at winter time). I’d cut it back really hard and give it a dose of seaweed solution. It should come back as it’s generally hardy but you may need to start again with a new seedling. Hope that helps, G x

  • Edina

    I’m glad to read that sage is coming into season! My pineapple sage has been struggling for months but it has just produced a beautiful flower, so hopefully it will keep improving. I love pineapple sage tea. If I give my plants a dose of worm juice is that the same as the seaweed solution G? Ta

    • I love pineapple sage too. The flowers are delicious and so pretty in salads or to garnish desserts. Worm juice is a great fertiliser/food for plants but is different to the seaweed solution. I normally make a watering can with both in it to feed it. Especially at the start of spring. Enjoy, G x

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