Can I even call this a DIY?! It was so easy and I’m not sure why we didn’t section of an herb garden sooner.  We’ve had some of these guys in pots around the yard for a year and I often used the rosemary and basil to cook.  Now that they are in the ground they are so happy! Scroll through to see some photos from the day we made this and planted everything – cue *helpful* curious puppy…

Supplies Needed: 

Pressure Treated 1″ x 6″ x 8′ Wood

Brass Corner Brackets

Impact Drill 

Circular Saw (you could get them cut at Home Depot instead)

Herbs (we purchased from Home Depot and have rosemary, basil, dill, sage, spearmint, oregano, and peppers) 

Mix of Topsoil & Organic Garden Soil (topsoil is cheaper and the other is nutrient rich to get them started so we mix)

Side note: We plan to add chicken wire around the wood this week as a little bunny has snacked on the dill since these photos were taken. It’s literally completely gone now. lol. So if you have critters you might want to keep them out! 



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