Growing Food from Waste

When you are finished with the bunch of celery, put it in a glass of water to root. Then put it in a pot with potting soil. When it gets bigger plant in the ground. Water it regularly and you will have celery.


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I took the advice from a blog about growing food from scraps and started to grow my own veggies.

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Make your vegetables go further by re-growing them. The trimmings of certain vegetables will grow again if you put them in a pot of compost, place them on your windowsill and keep them watered. The photo shows celery leaves grown from the base of a bunch of celery.

A potted vegetable next to the root end of a celery bunch.

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I have been reading about growing lettuce, cabbage, and onions from scraps. Have you tried? What works best? What to avoid to prevent failure?


March 10, 20190 found this helpful

I have done this successfully. I did it with celery.

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April 10, 2017

Don't toss an onion just because it has started to sprout. Plant it in your garden for some fresh onion leaves. This is a page about planting a sprouting onion.

Replanting a Sprouting Onion - lying on top of soil

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May 3, 2012

This page is about growing windowsill celery hearts. Fresh celery greens on your windowsill are easy to start and convenient for a quick addition to your meals.

Windowsill Celery Hearts

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