This is one of the little things that I "copied" ~ copying being loosely used here. It really was just an inspiration to me, and I hope that I did it my own way. I just love the outcome!!
|The final outcome of my herb wall!|
I absolutely LOVE it!! Thanks Pinterest for this great idea!!!
|I had purchased some herb markers some time ago and had them in my "hope chest" - they work perfectly for this!|
|We put 3 down and 2 across. We set the straps on the wall with one screw, got them all aligned, |
then installed the 2nd screw to tighten it up. We had to loosen the strap to put the jar in, then tightened it back up.
|This is one of the jars - the angle is great - when it rains, the angle will prevent water from overflowing the jar|
and washing out all of the dirt, but yet I can still water quite well - the jars are in full sun!
|These are the little hose clamps that we secured to the wooden fence with screws.|
We used two screws and that made them nice and secure. We also set them on an angle.
|Gathered up a nice assortment of herbs that I love - particularly basil!!|
|Gathered up all of the essentials, including quart jars and some plumbing hose clamps -|
those were affixed to the wall to hold the jars
|So this is what we started with ~ this wall of fence encloses our pool equipment. Certainly nothing much nice to look at!|