Indoor Spices Garden

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Introduction: Indoor Spices Garden

This is an idea for making indoor spices garden. I am making with kitchen items :)

All you need:

1. Plastic food box

2. Wooden table mat

3. Compost

4. Seed for Spices

5. Some paper

6. Drill

7. Hot plastic glue gun

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Step 1: Making the Pot

First of all you must make holes on the food box. Well the food box is transformed to a pot.

The holes can made with drill or by hand with screwdriver.

Step 2: Decorating the Pot

For decorating the box I am using wooden table mat. I am cutting the mat and gluing on the side

Step 3: Put the Compost

fill the box with compost and add water...

Step 4:

With the rest of the wooden sticks make a fence for divide the space...

I am planing to plant 6 different spices, so I am making 6 spaces for sowing.

Cut paper leaves and make name tag for the culture what you want to plant, and write the name. Than gluing with wooden stick for stand.

Step 5: Sowing

buy seed and sow in in one of the compartments and add the nametag.....

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    5 Discussions

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    nflemming2004

    I noticed one of the herbs you're growing is mint... you may want to grow mint in its own container, since it tends to dominate and crowd out other plants around it.

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    matokage
    matokage

    6 years ago on Introduction

    Post some photos when they are full grown

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    nevenstev
    nevenstev

    Reply 6 years ago on Introduction

    thank you for comment... I am taking one photo every morning and i will make time lapse video for growing :)

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    matokage
    matokage

    Reply 6 years ago on Introduction

    That's Great! Time lapse is a great approach to follow up a plant's growth.