10 Charming Planters That Make It Easy to Grow an Indoor Herb Garden
Stop overbuying fresh herbs only to watch them spoil in the fridge. Instead, get an indoor herb garden and grow your own.
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Plant a garden of parsley, sage, rosemary and thyme in this self-watering planter. A handy, built-in water level indicator tells you when (and how often) your plants need a drink. By the way, these are our favorite ways to use fresh herbs.
This rectangular-shaped woven wicker planter is designed for indoor or outdoor use. Align it with a wall or window, and plant fragrant basil or oregano inside. This versatile beauty even comes with a self-watering system! By the way, this is the best way to keep herbs fresh.
One of the key principles for maintaining an orderly home is taking advantage of vertical space, and this herb garden does just that. Five stackable pots hold up to 20 different herbs and come with built-in drainage that allows for a trickle-down self-watering design. These secret ingredients can help your garden grow.
This adorable trio comes in three chic designs so you can easily distinguish your thyme from your tarragon. The ceramic planters fit on your windowsill and make for an adorable indoor herb garden for growers who love modern design.
If farmhouse-chic is the look you’re after, look no further than this indoor herb garden made of hammered, galvanized steel. The trio of textured pots come in a matching drainage tray, that has protective pads on the underside. Use up fresh basil in one of these tasty recipes.
This set of three mini planters comes with everything you need to get growing. Each kit includes pots with an internal drip tray and a chalkboard surface, soil pellets, herb seeds, chalk and an instruction booklet. Choose from basil, oregano and thyme or cilantro, parsley and chives.
As the name implies, this white ceramic trough-style planter comes with its own pair of scissors for snipping herbs—and a handy, built-in holder for the shears. The indoor herb garden is build to sit on your windowsill and has room to grow about four different herbs.
Reminiscent of a tiny filing cabinet, this indoor herb garden is actually made of steel with a powder-coated finish. Although the pots come pre-labeled, all you need is some masking tape to make your own DIY labels.