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A few days ago, it was Earth day, and I think it's a good time to plant, so I've decided to build mini indoor herb garden. There are ...
Materials : : - Starter herbs as many as you want (be sure that they all fit in your container, and I recommend you to get them from ...
Make holes at the bottom of the container using your awl to drain water from soil.
There are two ways to wrap the string, but I recommend to use double-sided tape because it's easy, and you don't need to worried about making a mistake, ...
Mix soil with used coffee grounds at the ration of nine to one.(used coffee grounds have effect of fertilizer for your herbs)
Take herbs out of the existing container, and remove the soil from the herbs gently because it might damage the root of herbs.
Plant herbs into the middle of the container, and cover with the mixed soil(step 4). Then, gently press the soil to release any air pocket.
Take your cardboard piece(3.5X2cm) and write down the name of the herb on it with water-based pen. ( I got the cardboard from the coffee holder of my ...
Take the bigger container to make a plate. It is used salad plastic container, so we need to cut the lid and make two plates. Then, do the ...
Watch yours grow. Enjoy your herbs and tea! I just baked "Rosemary herb cookies" from my mini garden for my classmates. Isn't that awesome?
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