Undoubtedly, having your own homegrown vegetables is much better than buying them from the grocery.
Although it requires some time, the benefits you will feel are numerous. It will save you money and you need no farm; you can do it indoors.
Even though carrot greens are a bit bitter, if you chop them up together with garlic and sweeten with vinegar, they can be used in salads.
For this, you can use the leftover celery bottom. Cut the base off and place it in a shallow bowl or saucer in the sun.
The leaves will thicken and grow with time in the middle of the base. Transfer it to soil after 3 days.
Regrow scallions using their discarded roots. Leave an inch of the scallion attached to the root, put them in a glass of water and place it in a room that’s well-lit.
4. Bok Choy
4. Bok Choy
Place the Bok Choy’s root ends in water in a well- lit area. After 1-2 weeks, transplant them to a pot that has soil. It will grow a new full head.
New basil can be regrown from basil cuttings. Put basil clippings that have stems of 3-4 inches in a glass of water, and place them in direct sunlight.
When the roots get to 2 inches long, transfer them to pots. With time, they will grow into full basil plants. In order to avoid getting slimy basil plants, change the water constantly.
6. Romaine Lettuce
Use the bottom of a lettuce head to grow new romaine lettuce. Put stumps of the romaine lettuce in a ½ inch water.
After a few days, once new leaves and roots appear, transplant the romaine lettuce into soil. The leaves can grow up to twice the size. You can also regrow cabbages in the same way.
If you place the stems of cilantro in a glass of water, they will grow. When the roots become long enough, transplant them to a pot with soil.
Place them in a room with ample lighting and your new plants will be fully grown in a few months.
Garlic sprouts can be grown from the garlic clove. New garlic sprouts will have a milder flavor, and can be added to pasta, salads and other dishes. When they begin to sprout, you should place them in a glass with little water.
Thanks for taking the time to read this article. If you found this information helpful, please share it with your friends and family. Your support in our endeavor of sharing free information would be much appreciated.