Follow the next steps to make your herb globe. Place one basket on top of a large empty plant pot. Line the lower half with a layer of sphagnum moss and press it firmly against the wire mesh before adding compost to the same level. Insert the first layer of herbs by passing them through the mesh so that the roots are resting on the compost and the tops of the plants are hanging down the sides. Line the top half of the basket with moss and compost as before. Insert the next layer of herbs and add compost until it is level with the rim. Make a second basket as you did the first one.
Place a square of plywood over the top of each basket before turning them over to form a dome. Nail each basket rim to the plywood. Leave them in a sheltered place and water regularly for 2-3 weeks until the herbs are well rooted in the compost. Place the domes on a flat surface and remove the nails. Place one dome upside down on top of an empty plant pot. Remove the plywood and place the second dome on top of the first in order to form a globe. Slide out the plywood from the second dome and secure them together with plastic coated wire. Attach hanging chains to the herb globe and hang it in position.