I like to find little ways to savor the last moments of the season, and that usually involves being outdoors. An abundance of fresh herbs is one of the many benefits of warm weather, but the good news is that they do well indoors, too. Creating a DIY herb garden is a great way to enjoy the last days of summer, while ensuring you can bring the sunshine inside when it gets cold.
There are so many great placement possibilities for your new herb garden. You could display it on a sunny porch or along a decorative landscaping wall until the end of summer. Then just bring it inside and place it in your sunniest room and you'll have beautiful, summer-fresh herbs all year long.
If you haven't done much with your garden this year, it's not too late. Have some last minute fun with a few unconventional planters. I love taking old rain boots, and filling them with beautiful blooms. Another creative idea is to take an old dresser, move it to a focal point in your backyard, and then fill the drawers like you would window planters. Pull a few out and keep some closed for a layered secret garden.
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