Mini Kitchen Herb Garden

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 It’s that time of year when all the beautiful seed catalogs start
arriving in the mail.


They make me long for something green to plant. 



You see here in Michigan we not only have the snow, we also have
very few days with sunlight during the Winter months.


Whats a girl to do when she is itching to garden?
Put together a mini, indoor, kitchen herb garden…
And to top if off, I created a mini bunting
to add a little cheer.
Is anyone else yearning to garden?

Comments

  1. says

    Dawn… This is so stinkin cute! And I love the little banner! I’ve never attempted to grow herbs inside, usually just do pots of them outside. Do you have to keep them in a well lit spot?

  2. says

    I love to garden, but I don’t do as well with plants indoors. But I do try once in awhile. Yours is really cute!
    Farmhouse hugs,
    Cindy

  3. says

    Hi Dawn! OH, this is so darling! That’s a cute way to grow some herb! I love your little banners too. You’re something else.
    Be a sweetie,
    Shelia 😉

  4. says

    Dawn,
    I love this it is so so cute. The bunting is adorable. What a nice way to grow a little garden inside. You are so creative.
    Kris

  5. says

    LOVE the mini bunting! What a fabulous idea to brighten up some indoor plants 🙂

    ~Chris

  6. says

    Cute cute cute. Wish I hada green thumb. I just love the aroma of fresh herbs. I just killed my rosemary christmas tree, so I am not sure if I am ready to start an entire kitchen herb garden. Maybe if I make a cute bunting like yours I will have better luck =) I am thinking you will be making some amazing meals with all of those fresh herbs.
    ~Joanie~

  7. says

    I love your mini pennant garland. What a clever idea.

    Thanks for letting me join the party this week. I am getting to be a regulr.

  8. says

    Dawn, the bunting is adorable! I have such bad lighting in my house that everything dies. 🙁 I love fresh herbs but I also have a lot frozen from my garden. I will be trying to dry it this year. and jarring it. Hope you are doing well.

    Jessica

  9. says

    Yes…I am! Love the baby bunting!!!!
    xo Kris

  10. says

    I have the same itch and just picked up a basil plant and some hyacinth bulbs to plant. A little dirt on the hands will cure the Jan. blahs! Your planter and mini banner are really cute.

  11. says

    I just plated parsley seeds and can’t wait to see them grow!

  12. says

    Hi Dawn, such a cute little tub of herbs and the bunting is a great addition! I bought a Norfolk Island Pine at Christmas time and it is still alive so maybe I’m making progress! Gardening season will be upon us soon, Jean

  13. says

    Love your little herbs! I long for spring, and gardening. I’ll take a little sunshine too!!

    Kathy

  14. says

    This is darling and edible. I have been gardening. Cutting back lantana, shrubs, and raking my flower beds. Spring will be here in a few weeks. I have rosemary in the ground and in a pot on the deck with thyme. They make in in our mild cold weather.

  15. says

    Very cute idea, Dawn. Our planting time will be upon us soon enough…lol!

  16. says

    Absolutely darling! What a cheerful way to get some things growing, and love the little flag bunting!

    Jeanette @ Creating A Life

  17. says

    How darling is that! The mini bunting is just so stinkin cute. Cheery post!

  18. says

    I love your little garden. I need to make me one of these. Cute with the mini banner.

  19. says

    I’m in northern IL, so I’m itching to get out into the garden, too! I think we both have quite a ways to go. I’m loving your little herb pot with the mini banner over it – too cute!

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