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7 Plants You Can Start From Kitchen Scraps

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 Instead of throwing kitchen scraps into the compost bin, re-grow them! Many of us have had the experience of reaching into a bag of onions to find new growth as fresh green shoots have sprouted within. Plants love to grow and it’s easy to simply cut away the new sprouts and get on with dinner, but for the intrepid gardener, the new growth possible from vegetable scraps or an unexpected surplus of produce is an opportunity to get a jump on propagating new crops. Before relegating kitchen scraps to the compost pile, consider these anxious growers and repopulate a bountiful garden using parts of the vegetable usually left behind.

Have you ever tried this?

by on Apr. 12, 2014 at 11:30 PM
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powow65
by kimmy on Apr. 16, 2014 at 6:32 AM
I thought I was "fail" at re-growing cellary.

Quoting Vertical15:

 I've heard so many people say it works.


Quoting powow65: Yes with cellary. NOTHIBG HAPPENED!

 

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