Get the most out of your produce with these simple cloning vegetable garden tricks. Instead of tossing your veggie scraps into the trash you can use them to regrow more.
Vegetable Garden Tricks
Celery – When preparing celery cut off the bottom root end which is the part you usually throw away. Using a small dish bowl add water about ¼ full. Place the celery root in the dish facing up where only the bottom is submerged under water. After about a week you should have some new growth coming out of the root. Plant this into the ground and that’s it!
Onions – Cut of the root end of an onion and soak in a small dish with water. Cover the onion roots with an inch of dirt and you’re good to go. The onion root should take the normal time to reach maturity. You can even duplicate your scallions by placing the cut off bulbs into a tall glass of water and watch them regrow.
These vegetable garden tricks are easy money saving techniques as you’ll never need to buy these items again. No need to even buy seeds as you can regrow lots of vegetables. Turn your veggie scraps into cash savings not trash.
More vegetable garden tricks and great tips to regrow your veggies and even fruit.
Turn your kitchen scraps into garden treasures with more step-by-step regrow instructions for pineapples, celery, ginger, garlic, green onions and round onions.
If you don’t have room for a big garden then check out these quick vegetable garden tricks with just using pots and a windowsill. It doesn’t look like the celery regrow worked for them so you’ll have to try yourself at home and leave comments on your results.
More great tips on shaving dollars off your produce budget with using these step-by-step instructions to regrow, apples, tomatoes, potatoes, green onions, carrots and more! The avocado regrow process appears to be more difficult and a much longer process. Give these a try and be sure to leave comments with your results.
These are some of the most common vegetable garden tricks and regrow tips we’ve found, but please leave comments below with any other garden tips you’ve discovered.