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Teacup Herb Garden

Brew a cup of herbal tea with herbs harvested from these teacup gardens. You can grow these little herb gardens on a sunny windowsill indoors.


  • Potting Soil
  • All-purpose Liquid Plant Food
  • Electric Drill
  • 1/8-inch Ceramic Tile Bit
  • (1) 3-inch Pot Lemon Thyme
  • (1) 3-inch Pot Stevia
  • (1) 3-inch Pot Scented Geranium
  • (1) 3-inch Pot Lemon Balm
  • (1) 3-inch Pot Thyme
  • (1) 3-inch Pot Peppermint


Teacup Herb Planters Drill a hole through the bottom of each teacup for drainage.

Fill the cups 2/3 full with potting soil.

Plant the lemon thyme, stevia and scented geranium in one pot and the lemon balm, thyme and pepper mint in the other pot.

Fill between the plants with more soil, firmly pressing it in.

Water the container with a mixture of water and an all-purpose fertilizer. Dilute the fertilizer according to the manufacturer's instructions.

Place in a sunny location.

Choose decorative teacups at least 6 inches in diameter. Look for these at craft, discount, or home décor stores.

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