Growing With StyleOctober 4th, 2009

We always wanted to grow something; so an indoor herb “garden” recently became our new “hobby”. Besides, I was curious to add a little more “style” to traditional growing. We separated the earth into four areas with strips of chipboard and planted four different herbs (dill, parsley, salad leaves and basil) into each area.

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Since every herb has a different growing cycle, it was interesting to see the pot become greener at different intervals and intensities; so far parsley has been dominating the pot.

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The final goal is to remove chipboard as the sprouts grow taller and uncover fields of plants of different heights and frequencies which have been artificially controlled and grown to create a specific layout. Watch for more images and updates!

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  1. Alex Says:

    Beautiful herb pot and very creative use of chipboard to create 4 different segments within the planter. I’ve always wanted to have herb garden in my own kitchen, do you mind sharing where you bought the planter? Thanks – Alex

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