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August 11, 2014
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Susan Phillips

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Plant California Cocktail Garden

Plant California Cocktail Garden

Plant your own Cocktail Garden || California Grown

Are you ready to stock  herbs for your own cocktail parties?  Or how about having a nice counter top garden to snip from while cooking your famous spaghetti sauce?  Plant California makes the planning and planting  process painless and fool-proof for all of us!  Whether you are opting for a small space butterfly garden, or a plentiful vertical herb garden, Plantable gives you step by step instructions with helpful tips.

We opted for the cocktail garden, and couldn’t be more excited!

Plant your own Cocktail Garden || California Grown

We added our own spirited influence and used wine cork plant markers!  So cheery!

See how we did it:

Plant your own Cocktail Garden || California Grown

  • Clay pot with wide opening
  • Potting mix
  • Potted herbs of your choice

Plant your own Cocktail Garden || California Grown

Fill your clay pot with soil

Plant your own Cocktail Garden || California Grown

Fill it to about an inch away from the top

Plant your own Cocktail Garden || California Grown

Pull the potted herb plant out of the pot.  Break off about half of the excess dirt from the plant.

Plant your own Cocktail Garden || California Grown

Find the perfect spot in your soil and make a small hole for the new plant to fill.  Firmly push the soil around the freshly planted herbs, and continue with the remaining herbs.

Plant your own Cocktail Garden || California Grown

Water your new cocktail garden thoroughly

Plant your own Cocktail Garden || California Grown

Add plant markers if desired.  We used THIS METHOD and love it!

 

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Plant California Cocktail Garden

Plant your own Cocktail Garden || California Grown

Are you ready to stock  herbs for your own cocktail parties?  Or how about having a nice counter top garden to snip from while cooking your famous spaghetti sauce?  Plant California makes the planning and planting  process painless and fool-proof for all of us!  Whether you are opting for a small space butterfly garden, or a plentiful vertical herb garden, Plantable gives you step by step instructions with helpful tips.

We opted for the cocktail garden, and couldn’t be more excited!

Plant your own Cocktail Garden || California Grown

We added our own spirited influence and used wine cork plant markers!  So cheery!

See how we did it:

Plant your own Cocktail Garden || California Grown

  • Clay pot with wide opening
  • Potting mix
  • Potted herbs of your choice

Plant your own Cocktail Garden || California Grown

Fill your clay pot with soil

Plant your own Cocktail Garden || California Grown

Fill it to about an inch away from the top

Plant your own Cocktail Garden || California Grown

Pull the potted herb plant out of the pot.  Break off about half of the excess dirt from the plant.

Plant your own Cocktail Garden || California Grown

Find the perfect spot in your soil and make a small hole for the new plant to fill.  Firmly push the soil around the freshly planted herbs, and continue with the remaining herbs.

Plant your own Cocktail Garden || California Grown

Water your new cocktail garden thoroughly

Plant your own Cocktail Garden || California Grown

Add plant markers if desired.  We used THIS METHOD and love it!

 

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