Indoor Canning Jar Herb Garden

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A basil plant growing in a canning jar.I used these cute Mason jar glasses to plant an indoor herb garden.


Total Time: 30 minutes

Yield: 4


Supplies for a Canning Jar Herb Garden


  1. First, I sprouted the seeds using a wet paper towel and putting it in a ziplock bag for a few days until the seed sprouted.
  2. Sprouting the seeds in a canning jar.
  3. Then, I transplanted it to the prepared jar. To prepare the jar, I placed stones at the bottom to aerate the plant and added potting soil. I poked a hole into the middle of the soil.
  4. Adding the rocks to the bottom of the canning jar.
    Adding the soil to the canning jar.
  5. Then, I added the sprouted seed and covered it gently with the soil and added a few more spoonfuls of soil surrounding the well I had made where I planted the seed. Keep the soil moist and it should grow quickly.
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March 21, 20230 found this helpful

I like your idea. Both container and growing herbs indoors.

May 8, 20230 found this helpful

This is fabulous and very achievable for my disabled clients to see a herb grow Thanks.


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