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Consider these proof that a lack of outdoor space shouldn't stop a green thumb.
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Grow your basil and parsley right by the stove using one of these inventive solutions.
It's like a Keurig, but for herbs. Just pop in the plant cartridges, and the "smart garden" does the rest.
Angling pots over the sink makes use of ample kitchen window light (and the "short wall" on the side of a cabinet).
Get the tutorial from Julie Blanner.
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The key to successful herb growth is simple: light. But even if you have a free window, you might not have enough sill space. This inventive solution uses PVC pipe to create an in-window planter.
Get the tutorial from A Beautiful Mess.
The Socker from IKEA makes an affordable mini-greenhouse for herbs.
Get the tutorial from Sherwood Drive.
Limited counter space? This cute cup also monitors H2O, but doesn't hog the kitchen outlet.
Here's another window solution: Pot your herbs in clear drinking glasses, and hang from hooks across the window.
Get the tutorial from Itsy Bits and Pieces.
Believe it or not, some herbs don't need soil at all. These plants grow exclusively in water, meaning less mess to worry about.
These self-irrigating planters are totally DIY-able — and a great way for lazy gardeners to enjoy fresh herbs all winter long.
Get the tutorial from Little Projectiles.
This homemade display requires nothing more than some pint glasses and an IKEA Vurm wine rack.
Get the tutorial from Curbly.
Mason jars might be a cliché, but we've got to admit: They're tailor-made for an indoor herb garden and super-easy to assemble.
Get the tutorial from Camille Styles.
It's one thing if we're overeating and not getting enough...
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