Last year I bought some cute herb markers and a bread box to contain a little herb garden in my kitchen until it could be planted outside. I enjoyed it so much that I decided to bring it back again this year.
I found the bread box at a local shop. I loved the plaid on the outside. It was a little scratched and dented, but that made it less expensive and perfect for an herb container because I didn’t have to worry about it getting rust stains. I lined the bottom and half-way up the sides with some heavy duty plastic using floral tape. I transplanted small starter plants into bigger pots and placed them inside the bread box.
The herb markers are from an Etsy Shop called Camp Pine Needle. The hand-drawn, hand-stamped cedar shingle markers are inspired by old seed packets and botanical drawings. They are really beautiful.
Now, I just have to remember to water these babies!