Mason Jar Hydroponic Garden Diy. Whilst this DIY is for Mason Jars, you could use any wide-mouthed Jar for this project. This simple DIY herb garden is designed to accommodate your busy schedule and limited space; it is easy to create and maintain, and it will yield homegrown … Make sure to wash and rinse the mason jars and rocks you plan to use for your garden.
You can use rainwater for hydroponics which is better. Mason jars: They're not just for picklers and weddings anymore. You can also use gutters to make a hydroponic system possible in your garden.
Pebbles are extremely important and will act as a reservoir, catching the water you use to nourish your succulent.
The hydroponic mason jar itself needed to be wrapped in newspaper to prevent algae growth so I had some antique newspaper clippings that I decoupaged onto my mason jars Then you will watch this magical hydroponic creation sprout up into a neverending supply of delicious food for the entire family.
This herb garden in mason jars is a stylish alternative for people without yards, and it takes up very little room in your kitchen. You'll need: Mason jar (we used a recycled pickle jar) Small plant (like a succulent) Potting soil (choose the most appropriate soil for your plant) Pebbles, rocks, sand and moss (you can find these at a garden centre or forage in your back yard). I've previously shared with you ideas on how to display plants indoor?