DIY Tiered Herb Garden

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I was on my daily internet troll today, when I came across this cool project. I know we have built a few herb gardens in the past from the diy stacked herb garden to the diy tin can herb garden. So without wasting anymore of your time, why don’t we just dive right into this diy tiered herb garden.

What I love about this one is that it seems to give you more space for your herbs even if you have limited space available for gardening. This is probably due to the tiered sections, so instead of having just one tier you have three to grow your herbs and spices in.

DIY Tiered Herb Garden Plans
Photo credit: decorandthedog.net
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Here’s What You’ll Need:

  • cedar lumber
  • pocket screws
  • outdoor wood screws
  • jig kit
  • wood glue
  • spade bit
  • silicone sealant
  • landscape fabric
  • outdoor stain/sealer
  • hand drill
  • tape measure
  • clamp
  • jig saw

The first order of business will be to cut the lumber into the required pieces as per the specified dimensions in the tutorial. Each section of the herb garden is built seperately. Then you need to attach the supports for the middle and bottom tier, this is what will help keep the two sections together.

Do not forget to drill your drainage holes, before you begin to assemble your sections. Use wood screws to attach them one on top of the other. Once assembled you can then flip it over so you can attach the legs, using wood screws again. You have to use the silicone sealant to seal the edges and help waterproof the legs.

You can follow step by step instructions on the Decor And The Dog blog, here…

DIY Tiered Herb Garden Tutorial

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