Baker's Rack Herb Garden

6:29:00 AM

Here is a great summer repurposed idea using an 
old baker's rack from my basement.

Basil planted in a Baker's Rack Herb Garden

I added herbs! 

Parsley and thyme planted in a Baker's Rack Herb Garden

First I attached black metal flower boxes with coconut liners to the baker's rack using zip ties.

DIY garden sign for a baker's rack herb garden

Then I filled the baskets with herbs. 

This year I'm planting basil, thyme, cilantro, and parsley.

DIY herb garden ideas for a baker's rack

I made my own sign for the GARDEN and you can read about my DIY signs {here}

I anchored my rack with heavy pots filled with pansies on the bottom shelf. 

The shelf is visible from inside window as well and the herbs are just a quick reach out the kitchen window.

The back of an herb garden plant stand using a baker's rack

The herbs are well on their way to filling these baskets with great scents and yummy herbs for cooking. 


Baker's Rack Herb Garden using metal flower boxes

Read all about these creative solution for 
 gazebo planter weights {here}.

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