Make a Magnetic Herb Garden

Add a pretty and practical hint of green to your kitchen with a DIY magnetic herb garden you can stick on the fridge.

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Is anything better than fresh herbs while you're cooking? Unfortunately, potted plants can be bulky, taking up much needed counter space and making quite the mess. Have you thought about taking your plants off the counter, but still keeping them within reach? Curious how you can do that? Simply magnetize your garden and stick it to the fridge!

Materials

1. Magnetic Planters

2. Your Favorite Herbs

3. Spoon

4. Permanent Marker

How To

The first thing you'll want to do is label your containers. Use a plain black permanent marker or a color that coordinates with your kitchen decor. The same goes for any decorative touches you add to your planter. Allow any permanent marker to fully dry before moving on.

Your next step will be to transfer the herbs from the pot to their new home. Use the spoon to carefully dig out the root ball. Be careful not to dig too close to the plant's stems or you may cut into the sensitive roots, cutting off nutrients needed for your herbs continued growth. Transfer the herb to the magnetic planter, and stick it to your fridge. Repeat the process for each of your herbs, and enjoy your new magnetic herb garden.

How To:

The first thing you'll want to do is label your containers. Use a plain black permanent marker or a color that coordinates with your kitchen decor. The same goes for any decorative touches you add to your planter. Allow any permanent marker to fully dry before moving on.

Your next step will be to transfer the herbs from the pot to their new home. Use the spoon to carefully dig out the root ball. Be careful not to dig too close to the plant's stems or you may cut into the sensitive roots, cutting off nutrients needed for your herbs continued growth. Transfer the herb to the magnetic planter, and stick it to your fridge. Repeat the process for each of your herbs, and enjoy your new magnetic herb garden.

How To:

The first thing you'll want to do is label your containers. Use a plain black permanent marker or a color that coordinates with your kitchen decor. The same goes for any decorative touches you add to your planter. Allow any permanent marker to fully dry before moving on.

Your next step will be to transfer the herbs from the pot to their new home. Use the spoon to carefully dig out the root ball. Be careful not to dig too close to the plant's stems or you may cut into the sensitive roots, cutting off nutrients needed for your herbs continued growth. Transfer the herb to the magnetic planter, and stick it to your fridge. Repeat the process for each of your herbs, and enjoy your new magnetic herb garden.

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