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Creating a Herb Wheel

Step by Step for creating a herb wheel for a container or to plant in the garden, using Thyme 'Archer's Gold', Thyme 'Foxley', Curry plant - Helichrysum serotinum, Pineapple Mint - Mentha suaveolens 'Variegata' and Salvia officinalis 'Purpurascens'


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Herb wheels were made popular during the Victorian era in Britain, they were historically hexagon shaped and feature in formal gardens. This take on that tradition uses a recycled wagon style wheel with distinctive rusted metal 'spokes' that make the sections for the herbs to go in, cleverly paired with a galvanised metal box into which it goes 'planted' with lots of rich potting compost and soil and gravel for drainage, you can then plant it with your favourite herbs and keep it near the kitchen door.



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