10 Simple Reuse Projects in 30 Minutes or Less

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Photo: Steph Hayward/Stuff Steph Does
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For many of us, this year’s planting season has passed. But if you’re lucky enough to live in a mild climate, setting up outdoor herb containers is a great way to continue growing your own food well into the fall months.



Dreamed up by Stuff Steph Does blogger Steph Hayward, these cute tin can planters are a unique way to put your herb garden on display. And they only take about 30 minutes to make!



So, gather up a few cans (Hayward used coffee cans to give her plants more root space), and check out this simple photo tutorial to get your garden going in no time.



Tip: If you live in a cooler state and just can’t wait to start your mini garden, you can also set up these planters indoors. But be sure to keep them over a hard, easy-to-clean surface. Like most potted plants with drainage holes, water may leak out occasionally.



Even if you live in a mild climate, play it safe and opt for herbs that thrive in slightly cooler conditions, such as thyme, oregano and sage.

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