Herb garden in mason jar

Who likes to cook with fresh herbs and has no garden, knows the problem: Basil or rosemary are in an ugly, black plastic pot on the windowsill. That's not very nice. That's why I put my herbs in mason jars. Not only does it look good, it's also very practical as the herbs are easily accessible.

The trick is that the mason jars must have a clip closure. They are hung on the wall with the help of a bent screw hook. By hanging on the wall, the glasses are tilted slightly forward and you can harvest the herbs very easily. You can hang the glasses best on the bracket directly on the glass. Then the lids fold forward. I think that looks a bit better than when the mason jar is hung on the handle of the lid. However, both variants work when hanging.

Herbal pots with basil, thyme or rosemary from the supermarket fit the size in preserving jars with a capacity of one liter. The mint had a smaller pot and fit into a 0.5 liter glass.

This is needed:

  • Mason jars with clip closure (1 l and 0.5 l)
  • 3 curved screw hooks with dowels
  • Herbs (rosemary, basil, mint)
  • Possibly earth to fill

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DIY MASON JAR HERB GARDEN | May 2024