Vegetables You Can Regrow Over And Over Again
Here is a list of vegetables you can grow again and again.
You’ll just need a little bit time and patience to take care of the new plants and make sure they have the necessary water and sunlight.
You can regrow basil by putting the basil stems with leaf nodes in a glass of water and placing them in a sunny spot. Wait for the roots to grow about 2 inches long and then transfer them in pots. Tutorial via The Urban Gardener.
2. Romaine Lettuce
You can regrow romaine lettuce from the bottom of the stump. Just put the romaine lettuce stumps in half inch of water for a few days. Refill water if the water level is below half inch. When new leaves start to regrow, you can transfer and plant them in soil. Tutorial via Fast, Cheap, and Good.
The leaves of carrot are actually edible and you can regrow them by putting carrot tops in water in a well-lit room or a window sill. Tutorial via Fidgety Fingers.
4. Green Onion
Green Onions are probably the easiest vegetables to regrow. You can regrow green onions by cutting them in about an inch from the roots and placing them in a glass of water. Tutorial via We are not Foodies.
You can regrow garlic sprouts from a single garlic clove. Just place the sprouted garlic cloves in a glass with little water and wait for the shoots to grow taller. Alternatively, you can plant garlic cloves directly in the soil. Tutorial via Simple Daily Recipes. Image via Nancy Enge Design.
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