After seeing the "celery plant" tip, from the bottom of a fresh celery, I decided to see if the bottom from a Napa Cabbage would work. It did, and sprouted literally overnight. Slice off the bottom end of a Napa Cabbage, use several toothpicks to suspend the bottom end in water and place in a filtered light place. Here's what it looks like after just a week.
That is great. Write me back and give me instructions. Keep planting.
Jane mjcaborn AT yahoo com
Can you put it in the ground at this point? (in your picture)
Looks like a tasty something to raid for salad additions. I'm going to do this!
I love this tip.
This is great! I'll be adding this to my 'getting crowded because of experimenting' kitchen window sill ;-) I love Napa cabbage!
Wow! This is awesome. I wonder what other veggies we can do this with?
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