It fills you and your home with the most sumptuous aromas while ensuring that you are never short of some fresh seasonings. But what's the most convenient way of doing that? Having them in deck pots of course! They end up adding to the décor while being pretty useful as well! So, here's a blog to give you some creative ideas on how you could get a kitchen deck herb garden of your own.
Some handy tips before you start:
Herbs love the sun, simple as that! That's exactly why windowsills, open kitchen decks or fire escapes often prove to be the best areas to grow herbs. They grow to be incredibly vibrant, beautiful and lush if you give them enough sun.
However, they don't need too much fertilizer input from you. If you want your herbs to be fragrant and flavourful, make sure the soil is slightly on the lean side. Also, water correctly, as per the requirement of the plant because some do prefer slightly drier conditions. Finally, ensure that your pots or containers have enough drainage.
Kitchen Deck Herb Pots – Creative Ideas!
Tea cups are definitely in vogue right now, especially when it comes to indoor gardens. Growing compact herb varieties in Elizabethan cups spotted or striped cups or even larger teapots has gained popularity. It is an elegant way of decorating the kitchen, as there aren't any ungainly clay pots you have to worry about. Also, you finally get to use utensils that were just lying about in your cupboard!
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Glass containers are another popular means of growing herbs in the kitchen. You can either leave the glass transparent, or you could get your creative side out and paint a lovely picture!
Herb baskets are perfect for bringing a rustic look to your kitchen, taking you back to a time when everyone needed to handpick and fill their basket with their favorite herbs to prepare a special home-cooked meal. Designs can be worked into the weaving of these baskets for an additional aesthetic element.
Stacked miniature herb gardens are like a living cabinet of ingredients where you can house your special, tasty secrets. You can go the conventional route and stack some pots together or even be a little different and get a living wall adjacent to your kitchen deck!
Finally, you could go really creative and build a little herb deck into your kitchen deck itself. Start with quite a compact herb like ‘Spicy Bush' and see how the idea goes for you. If done carefully and correctly, you'd actually thin the line between the kitchen and the garden to a new level!
So, scope out your kitchen and see which of these ideas would be possible. Made it look good while also being useful to you!
We could not get over with the beauty and scope of deck pots. Hence we have brought more ideas for you:
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Happy Gardening !