Check out some Really Clever Window Herb Garden Ideas for City Gardeners that will help to make the most use of the limited space!
With the help of these Really Clever Window Herb Garden Ideas for City Gardeners, you will be able to grow organic supplies for your kitchen, that too in a tiny space, for fresh and flavorful taste in cuisines!
Here are some fantastic window box herb garden ideas
Really Clever Window Herb Planter Ideas for City Gardeners
1. Put Labels on the Pot
Grow different herbs in pots and label them accordingly to make it easy for everyone at home to recognize them.
2. Herbs in Disposable Cups
All you need are disposable cups, a well-draining growing medium, and a sunlit window to grow herbs of your choice!
3. Herbs in Hanging Pots on a Window Curtain Rod
Hang pots on a curtain rod and grow herbs in them. This way, they will get the sunlight they need to grow while saving you a lot of space.
4. Herbs in a Wooden Box Over the Sink
A long wooden box right above the sink is the best way to grow herbs that will stay in your hand’s reach.
5. Herbs in Kitchen Hydroponic Arrangement
A hydroponic arrangement like this means you don’t need any soil to grow herbs all year round in the kitchen.
6. Different Potted Herbs on a Hanging Railing Planter
Hang small long pots on your balcony or window railing to grow herbs in a limited space.
7. Herbs in Mason Jars Stuck with Suction Cups on a Window
Hang old mason jars using suction cups on your kitchen window and use them as pots to grow different herbs.
8. In an IKEA Hanging Stand
What could be better than a ready-made IKEA stand to grow herbs in the kitchen while saving floor space.
9. Pots of Thyme and Rosemary on a Window Shelf
Fix a wooden shelf on a window to keep pots of herbs. A cost-effective way to save space and grow.
10. Hang Glasses Using Wire Holders
Get a metal hanger, suspend it by the window using rubber belts and hang glasses using wire holders to use them as pots to grow herbs.
11. Make a Herb Garden from Kitchen Recyclables
All you need are some empty plastic bottles and pieces of lumbar to make this one.
12. Mason Jars on the Sides of Kitchen Windows
Use hooks to hang mason jars and grow herbs and other plants by the kitchen window. Details are here.
13. Hanging Herb Shelves
You need long pieces of wood, a drill, sisal rope, scissors, and pots to grow herbs like this.
14. Herbs Hanging Soda Bottles
Put empty plastic soda bottles to good use by sticking them on the wall and growing herbs.
15. Hang Metal Containers and Buckets on Towel Rods
Hang metal buckets and containers on towel rods to grow herbs on walls. This will save you a considerable amount of floor space.
16. Grow Herbs in Ready Made Kit
This herb growing kit comes with all the attachments you need to grow the plants in a small space.
17. Space-Saving Herb Garden
Use a tension rod and an IKEA hanging flower box to grow herbs in your kitchen by hanging the arrangement.
18. A Mini Herb Garden on a Tabletop
You can have your herb garden on a tabletop! Use a wooden structure to house plastic containers and grow different herbs.
19. Kitchen Window Herb Garden
Use the empty space on a large window cleverly by putting shelves and growing herbs and other plants in pots.
20. Herbs in Hanging Metal Buckets
Hang metal or tin buckets on curtain road and grow different herbs and plants in them. This is a great space-saving option for people living in apartments.
21. Mini Pots on Trays with Pebbles
The narrow space on a kitchen windowsill can be used to keep mini pots on trays to grow herbs.
22. Herbs in Tea Boxes
Tin boxes of tea serve as excellent pots to grow herbs. They also look cool and quirky.
23. Glass Shelves on Window
Add glass shelves on windows to keep pots and grow herbs of your choice!