Container Gardening: Container Herb Garden

Container gardening is a great way to grow plants, vegetables and herbs without needing a lot of space. Herbs do especially well and can be grown right outside your kitchen door. In this video, you’ll learn how to use an old farmer’s market basket to make a great container garden. Fill it with your favorite herbs and your cooking will be full of flavor all summer long.

25 Responses to “Container Gardening: Container Herb Garden”

  • YourGardenShow says:

    great video!

  • MrDripdrop says:

    @NJGardengirl1961 Yeah if it something you are going to eat or suck on you should wash it up real good then slam it into that ass as hard as humanly possible

  • doria2006 says:

    This was really helpful. Thank you!

  • sharanprasanth says:

    very bad focus from the videographer 2.33

  • RealPantin says:

    cannabis sprouts really quickly:D

  • olepus11 says:

    hm…I don’t think I will take any gardening -tips from you… this sounds really toxic to me

  • blsdava says:

    fantastic video!!

  • RiddleTales says:

    Q. The weather is going to be humid in my area for the next week, I had just replanted my plants to give them more room so they were already in shock. My plants have started to look under the weather so I brought them in side thinking it was the 90* heat killing them. But since it was humid when I watered the they didn’t dry out the next day so I stopped watering them. How do I take care of my herbs in humid weather? They are already dieing! Help!

  • RecipeCook says:

    @RiddleTales The weather where I live is REALLY humid so that doesn’t bother them. When you transplant, don’t do it in the beating sun, and keep them in the shade for a day or two to get their strength back. And when you transplant especially in the heat that you have, they will wilt a bit. As I mentioned, move them in a shady spot for a bit – don’t over water – and see if that helps. Let me know! Rita from AboutEating

  • RiddleTales says:

    @RiddleTales HI me again. I did what you said, and that saved them-ish. They had already taken a lot of damage so they were very slowing going out the door. Then the squires came by and just dug them up. Guess I just need to start over now.

  • laurieannpost says:

    I saved my plants from frying in the sun with some spotshading parasols I found on You just stick them in the ground or in your potted plants and they filter the sun and shade the plants during the hottest time of the day. I love them. I have about eight of them sticking out of the plants on my deck. They’re lovely.

  • Martha344b says:

    I transplanted my TickleMe Plant to a container garden. It is the only plant that MOVES when you Tickle It! The leaves suddenly fold and even the branches droop when Tickled. Just google TickleMe Plant to easily grow your own and to watch it moves..Its a wow!

  • ContainerGardenTips says:

    Good information. I do container gardening in hypertufa containers.

  • herbgardenpro says:

    Good video overall but I don’t really like the idea of using neither Soil Moist nor baby diapers in my herb garden, plus I would have to buy a whole pack of diapers which costs money.

    I would even break up my roots times than what you showed here though.

    Thanks for sharing this video.


  • jakearick says:

    my garden

  • MrStickinyoureye says:

    plant the ganja herb, the healing of many diseases

  • ludawho321 says:

    shut up bitch and show me your tits!

  • pinkrhythm04 says:

    Very thinking of making my own Herb garden..:-))

  • rwesterhof says:

    i hoped for them weeds

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  • 9aspengold5 says:

    Have you grown Herbs indoors over the winter like Basil, Thyme and Sage ? Any quick tips on doing it successfully.

  • RecipeCook says:

    @9aspengold5 Yes, they work well if they have a lot of light and air circulation. Once they get established, don’t overwater as that’s what usually kills indoor herbs. Basil can be started from seed; thyme & sage either from seed or small plants. Also try chives from seed. Rita from AboutEating. com

  • 9aspengold5 says:

    @RecipeCook thank you Rita. I grew Herbs for the first time this summer and they were absolutely so much better than store bought. I used your recipe for pesto and now have plenty of little containers in the freezer. The parsley mixed with Parmesan cheese freezes so well and tastes so fresh. So I will try to grow some this winter. Thank you again. marcia

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  • chickenbonewatt says:

    She’s so cute!!! The diapers are whack as it gets (sorry).

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