Hanging Indoor Herb Garden

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Create an indoor herb wall to pick fresh greens for all your meals. This is incredibly simple and insanely gratifying.

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Step 1: Buy Your Materials

The hardware is all from Ikea's Fintorp kitchen hanging system.

9 Fintorp flatware buckets (has pre-drilled holes in the bottom) : $3.99/ea

9 packets of 4" Fintorp hooks : $2.99/pack of 2

3 Fintorp rails: $9.99/ea

Dry Erase Decals : $9.00 on Amazon

(www.amazon.com/Wallies-Stick-Erase-Decal-Squares/dp/B001KPGKYY-Removable & Reusable)

- I cut my in strips to protect the wall behind the buckets

-Great way to label your herbs & write notes about watering times/days and harvesting schedule

Step 2: Install

1. Hang your rods according to packet instructions

-Thread 6 hooks onto each rod

2. Cut & add dry erase decals

3. Add herbs to pots

4. Hang pots on rods

-2 hooks per pot

Step 3: ENJOY!

Label your herbs with dry erase marker

Water weekly and enjoy :)

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    HLightning11

    3 years ago

    Could you maybe make your own parts? also, try painting the buckets with chalkboard paint and use that to label the plants = )

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    HLightning11HLightning11

    Reply 3 years ago

    BTW try adding a different link for the whiteboard thing, it does not work anymore( i even tried copy/pasting the link, try this one: http://www.amazon.com/Fancy-fix-Whiteboard-Decals-Marker-Eraser/dp/B00HMXT0HC )

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    cyricthemad

    3 years ago

    Do you run into any problems with drainage? Are there holes in the bottom of buckets to allow drainage, or do you run into mold growth?

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    dgordon88

    3 years ago

    Question, it looks as if you put this on a wall in your house. Could you attach it to a board?

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    seftonypony

    5 years ago

    This looks sharp!! Might be nice in my new office with shade plants!

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    peerysAkin Yildiz

    Reply 5 years ago on Introduction

    So great! I also just added a grow light to mine. Wanna make sure my babes get to all the rays they need