Herb Garden Kitchen

Trees growing out of islands. Personal jungles on kitchen shelves. Plants in the house have taken on a life of their own in today’s design trends. There are some pretty extreme ways to incorporate plants into kitchen, but my personal favorite is by adding an indoor herb garden. Herbs are lovely, fragrant, and functional for cooking. How fun is it to have fresh herbs on hand for your recipes?!

Below I’ve rounded up some of my favorite DIY indoor herb gardens for y’all! Pick up some herbs from your local garden supply store, and get to planting! Check it out:

Metal Filer Hanging Herb Garden from Inspired by Charm


This DIY option is so fun! You can find wire filers like this at Home Goods, Target, or a thrift store, and then just add the planter liner!

Rod and Pallet Board Herb Garden from Tabitha at Fresh Mommy Blog

If you’ve got the space, this DIY from Tabitha is so cool and chic! Although you do need some more tools for this one, it’s pretty simple and a great way to add lots of plants to your space!

Mason Jar Wall Mount Herb Garden from Stacy at Not Just a Housewife


There are many mason jar planters out there, but this is one of my favorites! It’s simple, clean, and doesn’t take up tons of space in your kitchen. You can add and stack more as needed depending on how much you want to plant!

Cute Wall Mount Herb Planter from Etsy


If you’re really crafty you could build the actual box on your own. I love the clean lines and simple rustic aesthetic of the planter box. Sometimes simple is better!

Terra Cotta and Wall Mount Pot Holder from Home Depot


This is probably the easiest DIY, and you can add as few or as many as you’d like! I’m tempted to put them all over my house, not just in my kitchen! All you need is the ring pot holder and a pot that fits.

I’d love to hear if you try out any of these great herb planter options! There are a lot of variations out there, so go crazy! My herbs are currently planted in an old wash pot that I found in the woods! You never know what kind of junk could make the best kind of planter. Get creative, have fun, and enjoy your herbs!

From my home to yours,

Mary Allison