Scent the Table
With their vivid fragrance and intriguing foliage, herbs make a fine tabletop display. Create an arrangement highlighting the herbs used in a meal. Here, purpleleaf basil, mint, and sage mix with a cluster of lantana flowers.
Harvest the Beauty
Herbs are easy to incorporate into an ornamental garden. Use them to fill gaps -- either digging the plants directly or planting in pots where they are easier to see and harvest.
For an aged look, create your own hypertufa pots from peat moss, perlite or vermiculite, and portland cement. Mold a variety of sizes, paint the pots for a patina effect, and fill with sage, lavender, thyme, or a favorite herb.
Portable Planting Station
Make it easy to plant or preserve herbs. This weather-resistant cart has storage and a work surface for potting, snipping, and tying bundles of herbs. Shop Plant Caddies & Carts
Hydroponic gardening, or hydrogardening, is a method of growing plants in little or no soil, often in a blend such as peat or coco coir, using a carefully balanced nutrient-rich solution. Small tabletop kits are available, and they’re the perfect solution for small indoor herb gardens, as they allow you to grow multiple herb varieties within the same system. You can also use hydrogardening setups to start seeds and then easily transplant them outdoors. Shop Hydrogardening