DIY : Hanging Herb Garden That Brings The Outdoors In





Ben Uyeda from HomeMade Modern shows how easy it is to turn a window or a wall into a beautiful and productive herb garden.

Supplies + Tools

4” to 5” Terra Cotta Flower Pots
I tried a variety of different sizes and found that clay flowerpots between 4 and 5 inches in diameter work best. The key is matching the pot with a hole saw that is has a diameter about half an inch smaller than the pot.

3/4” Pine Boards
I reccommend boards that are at least 2 inches wider than that the diameter of the pots.

Rope
I used 1/4” diameter rope that was intended to be used as a clothesline. I think a thicker rope would add a nice aesthetic to the garden.

Zip Ties
Zip ties – also called cable ties or tie wraps – come in a variety of different sizes. I tried both large 10” ties and thinner 4” ties. The thinner ties are much easier to work with.
RYOBI 18 Volt Cordless Drill

RYOBI 18 Volt Circular Saw
Milwaukee 4” Bi-Metal Hole SawAvailable at Home Depot
Hole saws are used with drills to cut large circular holes. They typically come in 2 pieces. There is an outer saw piece that attaches to an inner arbor piece. A single arbor can work with a variety of different sized saws.

Husky 7” Diagonal Pliers


Full instructions from : buzzfeed





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