Starting an Herb Garden Using a Shipping Palette

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I started an herb garden that I built using a shipping palette and plastic bottles. This is perfect for my balcony garden and would be great for anyone else …

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  1. I love how happy and excited you look. This is FANTASTIC! In fact I might
    just steal your idea and make my own herb garden rack out of a similar
    frame thing I saw the other day by a dumpster. AWESOME!!!

  2. Isn’t it great when an idea works, even if you know it probably will? Just
    one bit of advice, parsley can take an eternity to sprout and grow so don’t
    go digging in to see what’s going on – I did and lost the lot. Parsley is
    my nemesis. Oh, another tip, this one takes courage. If you are growing
    curly parsley wait until it is about 4″ or 5″ high and then crush it down a
    bit with your hand, it promotes growth. I saw a mate put his boot on
    parsley in a greenhouse and it grew really well. Brendan.

  3. I think this is a great idea for vertical gardening. a good use of space
    for someone that just has a balcony. Also, from my experience the herb
    Thyme does well in cool weather so if you like thyme, you could give that
    one a try too. My time grew all through the winter last year even in light
    snow (and I’m in Windsor, Ontario, Canada). Right now my thyme is doing
    exceptionally well. so you might give that a try. ~Amanda

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