How to Plant Herbs In Mason Jars - The Contractor Chronicles: such a great idea for my kitchen windowsill!

How to Plant Herbs In Mason Jars

How to Plant Herbs In Mason Jars - The Contractor Chronicles: such a great idea for my kitchen windowsill!

Painted Mason Jar Succulent Planters from Mom 4 Real

Mason Jar Succulents Planters ~ Indoor Gardening Idea

Painted Mason Jar Succulent Planters from Mom 4 Real

Individual Hanging DIY Painted Mason Jar Wall Decor in 2014 - green leaves, wall decor, diy jar craft

Individual Hanging DIY Painted Mason Jar Wall Decor in 2014 - green leaves, wall decor, diy jar craft

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20 Most Awesome DIYs You Can Make with Mason Jars

Check out the tutorial: #DIY Mason Jar Herb Garden @istandarddesign

DIY Mason Jar Hanging Planter

DIY Mason Jar Hanging Planter

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Recycled Shutter Mason Jar Herb Planter

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Vertical Garden, Indoor Planters, Indoor Herb Garden, Hanging Planter, Hanging Herb Garden: Chestnut and Copper

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Here, Mason jars are suspended from wooden squares attached to two hanging metal cables. Pro tip: Make sure to line the bottom of your Mason jars with small rocks or pebbles—since there are no drainage holes, this will allow the roots more room to breathe. Get the tutorial at Constant Contact.   - CountryLiving.com

25 Creative Ways to Plant a Vertical Garden

Here, Mason jars are suspended from wooden squares attached to two hanging metal cables. Pro tip: Make sure to line the bottom of your Mason jars with small rocks or pebbles—since there are no drainage holes, this will allow the roots more room to breathe. Get the tutorial at Constant Contact. - CountryLiving.com

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