Has anyone else seen the latest craze for regrowing vegetables?
I am right into it.
It is a great way to use up left over scraps of veggies that might go to compost. The biggest highlight is how easy it is, far easier than growing from a seed. It's plastic free, zero waste, and free!
Right now I have springs onions and celery ends sitting in water, ready to be transported into pots.
How do you do it, I hear you ask. Just plonk that end of the celery, the part usually thrown to compost or tucked away for homemade veggie stocks, into water.
Same goes for the spring onion ends. Then watch them grow.
Once they are in their pots I will be able to cut off only what I need and let the plant continue to grow. Especially happy to have that option with the celery.
These veggies have been in water for two weeks, changing the water every couple of days.
I'd love to hear from you about regrowing veggies. What do you regrow? Leeks? Lettuce? pineapple? Do you have any tips or tricks?