Measure and mark the desired heights for your two pipe rails. Make sure you leave enough distance between the bottom pipe and the window frame for the hanging herb bucket to fit. Hold the flanges in place on the bricks and mark the drill points with a sharpie.
Drill holes into your wall for the flanges using a hammer drill with a 6mm masonry bit.
Measure the width of your window to determine the length of pipe required to make the hanger. Connect two pieces of pipe together with the two-way connector. Repeat this to make the second hanger. Mark on the pipe the width of the window. Clamp the pipe to the work bench and use the hacksaw to cut the pipes to length.
Slide the flanges onto each end of the galvanised pipe. Line the flange up with the holes drilled in the wall. Tap in the masonry bolts in with your hammer and secure them with the drill.
Now it's time to plant the herbs in the buckets. Choose a wide variety of herbs that you like to cook with and are in season. Remove them from their containers and place them in the buckets. Top up with a good quality potting mix, then water and fertilise.
Hang your buckets on the galvanised pipe with the butchers hooks. Make sure they are evenly spaced and remember to water the herbs regularly.