DIY Herb Garden for the kitchen

This Herb Garden was so fun to put together for my
 Mother-in-Law for her birthday!
Here is what you need:
A Planter {Ours was from Home Depot}
Potting Soil
Fresh Herb Plants {We used Chives, Mint, Cilantro}
Fun Decorations
herb garden
Add your soil in the planter then your plants. 
Just decorate and add some cute tags to label the plants! 
I used my “Go To” Tags from BHG
and just printed then laminated them.
Look at that little owl!
My son picked the cuttie from Walmart!
Very easy project that could be used for a birthday gift, mothers day, teacher appreciation, etc!  You should definetly make one for yourself too, fresh herbs are the BEST!



  1. says

    I love this idea! What a great gift! On a side note.. I havent been able to find mint anywhere! Ive given up.. apparently the world does not want me to grow mint this year.

  2. Andrea says

    YAY I am planting some herb gardens for us next week and I am SO excited about it! My hubs just doesn't understand what the big deal is LOL!
    OH and I am hopping over to say THANKS for the sweet lil note you left me about my mailbox makeover, I will come back thurs and link it up!!

  3. ErikaV says

    This is an adorable idea, Chrissy! I have leftover seeds from all my herbs, so I may have to do this for some friends :) Thanks for sharing!

    Enjoy the rest of your weekend, girly!
    Erika from Southern Belle as an Army Wife

  4. says

    Looks so nice and I love that it is a useful gift too. I just bought some potted herbs from Costco yesterday and plan to make an herb garden this weekend with the kids. I like your idea of laminating the names of the herbs.

  5. Ranch Mama says

    So sweet! and just in time for Mother's Day! You have got the cutest gift ideas! Thanks for sharing!


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