30 responses

  1. Patti
    May 12, 2012

    Thank you so much for linking and sharing at Ivy and Elephants. Your post was a feature this week! Please feel free to stop by and grab a featured button.
    Hugs,
    Patti

    • Jacky
      May 13, 2012

      That’s so great, thanks so much!

  2. Jaime from crafty scrappy happy
    May 9, 2012

    SOOOO cool!!!! I love the look, I love how functional it is, and I love that you are going to have herbs all summer!!! I NEED to do something like this! Thank you for the inspiration and for linking up!!
    Jaime from crafty scrappy happy

    • Jacky
      May 9, 2012

      Thanks Jamnie. I’m hoping they last all year actually, we have very mild winters.

  3. Charo
    May 7, 2012

    Awesome! I have to do it! Love your idea!

  4. Terry
    May 4, 2012

    I really like your hanging herb garden! Just a great idea to hang it so it doesn’t take up so much space. Thanks for linking up at Sunday blog Love,this is one of my top picks from the week.!

  5. Aimee – ItsOverflowing
    May 3, 2012

    AWESOME! Totally featuring you this weekend!
    XO, Aimee

    • Jacky
      May 4, 2012

      Thanks Aimee, how great!

  6. laurel@chippingwithcharm
    May 3, 2012

    Love this :) Laurel

  7. Helen
    May 3, 2012

    How precious! I’m loving them…then I love container planting of all kinds. I’m partying along with you on Ivy and Elephants.
    All we need is sweet tea. Thanks, Helen

    • Jacky
      May 4, 2012

      OOh, tea sounds good. Thanks Helen.

  8. Rondell
    May 3, 2012

    Really love it, especially by your door!

    • Jacky
      May 4, 2012

      I wanted the least travel time between me and the herbs. The best part is that when I open the door I can smell them.

  9. Linda @ it all started with paint
    May 2, 2012

    What a great idea! You can’t even tell the difference between the spray painted planter and the others. And the chalkboard paint signs are perfect!

    So very clever. I’m pinning!

    :)
    Linda

    • Jacky
      May 4, 2012

      Thanks Linda. That particular paint lets the blemishes underneath come through, so it looks aged like the other two. Thanks for pinning it!

  10. wendy
    April 30, 2012

    what a fantastic idea, it looks great.

    • Jacky
      April 30, 2012

      Thank you Wendy.

  11. Cathy@My1929Charmer
    April 30, 2012

    Love your herb garden, and really like how you put them together! With the overhang do they get enough sun? I don’t have one so trying to think maybe I’ll hang one from my arbor out on the back deck. Also like the chalkboard labels. Thanks for sharing your creative inspiration over at Sunday’s Best!

    • Jacky
      April 30, 2012

      Hi Cathy, thanks. They get late afternoon sun, but I’m keeping an eye on them just in case. So far so good :)

  12. Kaysi @ Keeping It Simple
    April 29, 2012

    That is such a great idea!!

    • Jacky
      April 30, 2012

      Thanks Kaysi and thanks for hosting!

  13. Aimee – ItsOverflowing
    April 28, 2012

    Totally Perfect!!! I’d love to have you share at my party…it JUST opened!!!

    http://www.itsoverflowing.com/2012/04/overflowing-with-creativity-19.html

    XO, Aimee

    • Jacky
      April 28, 2012

      Thanks Aimee, I sure will!

  14. karen@somewhatquirky
    April 27, 2012

    I love this. I think I might do it with large coffee cans!
    Thanks for the inspiration!

    • Jacky
      April 27, 2012

      Wow Karen, that would look really cool.

  15. Ann
    April 27, 2012

    Your hanging garden is both practical and pretty. Nice project.

    • Jacky
      April 27, 2012

      Thanks Ann!

  16. Al
    April 27, 2012

    Excellent idea. I will be doing this in my patio garden.

    • Jacky
      April 27, 2012

      That’s great, let me know how it comes out.

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