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How To Create an Herb Knot

The word "knot" refers to the geometric pattern in which the herbs are planted. There are some pretty intricate designs out there, but ...

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Top 49 Herbs Projects

  1. 1. Some Tips for Sensible Herb Planting

    The DIY Network gardening experts offer tips for growing herbs.

  2. 2. Landscaping With Vegetables (20:00)

    Blend many types of herbs and vegetables into small spaces.

  3. 3. Asparagus and Parsley (20:01)

    Learn how to grow both asparagus and parsley.

  4. 4. Picket Fence Planter (05:49)

    Plant a mint or herb garden in this easy-to-make picket fence planter.

  5. 5. Vertical Herb Garden (00:01:00)

    This neat kit allows you to grow a vertical garden in its felt pockets.

  6. 6. Cucumbers and Herbs (00:20:00)

    See how to plant, care for and harvest cucumbers and patio herb pots.

  7. 7. Growing Culinary Herbs

    A master DIY gardener gives tips on growing herbs at home.

  8. 8. How to Grow Garlic and Shallots

    Just because garlic and shallots are expensive at the market, doesn’t mean they are difficult to grow in the garden.

    Time:
    Several Months
    Cost:
    $1 - $50
    Difficulty:
    Easy to Moderate
  9. 9. Planting Lettuce (00:20:01)

    Learn the basics of growing healthy, tasty lettuce!

  10. 10. The Basics of Urban Gardening (01:00)

    Fun ways to have a garden without the yard!

  11. 11. Flavorful Herbs Enhance Summer Dishes

    Take these tips from the DIY Network for using summer herbs for fresh tastes from the grill or the garden.

  12. 12. Grow Your Own Herbs

    A master gardener explains why there is no better way to dabble in cuisine than by growing your own herbs.

  13. 13. Indoor Herb Garden (01:00)

    Enjoy herbs year round by planting an indoor herb garden.

  14. 14. Peas & Themed Container Garden (00:20:00)

    Learn how to plant, care for and harvest several types of peas.

  15. 15. Varieties of Lavender for the Garden

    Find out more about this useful, drought-tolerant perennial at DIYNetwork.com.

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