Family Herb Garden

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Introduction: Family Herb Garden

When you are cooking, you obviously need fresh herbs. It's easy to get it if you have this in your backyard. Your own garden with your family members involved! Let your creativity does his work with making up funny names for your herbs.

For example my name is Luke and the dutch translation of basil is basilicum so I changed the name of basilicum in basilukeum. It's fun right?

Step 1: This Is What You Need!

Supplies:

2x pallet
6x garbage bag
1x aerosol (white)
6x pieces of paper
6x kinds of herbs
(...)x screw
(...)x loam

1x saw
1x sharp knife
1x hammer

Step 2: First..


First , destroy one pallet to receive planks you can use in the next step.

Step 3: Use Your Other Pallet.

Use three of your planks for covering the bottoms of your little plant bags.

Use screws and a hammer to attach the planks to the pallet.

Step 4: The Boards

Write down your words so can see if it looks good.

Cut the words out of the paper with your sharp knife.

Use the other planks for the boards. Cut your planks with your saw so u have 6 pieces. Put your paper on the bords and spray with your aerosol.

Step 5: Attach the Boards on Your Pallet.

Use your screws and a hammer to attach the boards to the pallet.

Step 6: Bags

Put loam in 6 garbage bags and put it in your pallet.

Cut your garbage bag open and it's ready for your herbs.

Step 7: Great Job!

Put your herbs in your garden and you are ready to cook!

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    5 Discussions

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    granpaiscrazy
    granpaiscrazy

    4 years ago

    My adult kids made a similar one for flowers for mothers day. I'm in Texas and blooming flowers take a lot of water; in about a month I have lost half of plants. I need a way to auto water so it don't take an hour everyday. Any suggestions, blogs etc?

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    LucasGilbert
    LucasGilbert

    5 years ago on Introduction

    I have a similar project back in my yard. I used individual clay pots which I put on a wooden staircase. It looks very nice and neat

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    FoodLuvBites
    FoodLuvBites

    5 years ago on Introduction

    This is amazing, I was telling my husband I wanted to start an herbal garden. I will def come back to try this.

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    ClenseYourPallet
    ClenseYourPallet

    5 years ago

    I love your garden! What a great use of pallets. Thanks for the ible