Want to know what vegetables you can grow again? Forget the seeds, you won’t even need them with these options! Just stick them in the ground (or a cup) and watch them grow! Here’s the 101:
10 Vegetables You Can Grow From Scraps
You don’t always have to start from seeds when it comes to growing vegetables! In fact, quite a few of them can grow again – all you need is the stalk! Just check out the infographic and advice below!
Thank you desima for this amazing infographic!
10 Veggies You Can Grow Again
All you’ll need is a part of these vegetables and you can start growing them again. Start with which level of difficulty you are most comfortable with!
Easy Vegetables To Regrow
Use a budding clove or the whole bulb. Fill the cup so it just covers the bottom of the cloves.
Take the lettuce base. Place it in water that is two fingers deep. Once the lettuce has some roots, you can plant it in soil.
Cut off the top 2 inches from the crown of one carrots. Submerge the carrot top in water.
Take 3 or 4 stems (10 cm in height) and place them in a glass of water. Once the roots are around 5 cm long, pot up individual stems into pots.
Medium Level Vegetables To Regrow
Choose plants that look like they have some life left in them and cut the tops off. It should grow roots in 2-3 weeks. Change the water every couple of days.
Green onions are very similar to lemongrass, all you need is water and light, and they’ll keep growing! Click here for the step by step.
Cut off the celery basement. Submerge the basement in water for 3 days. After that, you can plant it in a pot.
Chop off the onion bottom with all the roots still intact. Allow to dry for a few hours in a well-ventilated area. Fill the starter pot with soil and create an indentation in the center to cradle the onion. Make sure it has good contact with the soil.
Hard Vegetables To Regrow
Pierce the pit with four toothpicks and place the avocado seed half submerged in a glass of water. When the stem is 6-7 inches long, cut it back to about 3 inches, this will encourage new growth. When it hits 6-7 inches again, pot it up.
Cut the sweet potato in half and pierce it with four toothpicks. Place it in a glass of water. Plant each shoot, and you will have a lot of them from only one plant.
Extract the pineapple crown. Put it in a glass of water and change the water every few days. Once roots appear, plant the pineapple in a fast draining potting soil.
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