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I’m regrowing some beet leaves from the bottom small bulbs of a bunch of beet leaves I bought in early spring from a farmers’ market.

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I had some particularly delicious cherry bomb tomatoes that were going bad and I was just about to toss them when I remembered I had a pot full of good soil with nothing planted in it.   I scraped off the top couple of layers of dirt, squeezed the seeds out of the tomatoes and continued to water it daily.  This is two weeks later.  I can't wait so see where this goes from here.IMG_0758.jpeg

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I tried the romaine base and they all just rotted! Does it take a two inch base to grow?  Mine was about one inch.

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saw online how you could grow romaine from the stems of store bought, so I gave it a try. This is actually an older photo, they've gotten WAY taller, and I have 5 growing in that pot at the moment. Now, to keep the dratted bugs from chewing on it!

 

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This has been SO much fun! Who knew you could grow romaine from scrap???This has been SO much fun! Who knew you could grow romaine from scrap???

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805C4012-9F87-42F6-AA7E-684AB4222DF5.jpegScallions regrow very easily in a little cool water. Change the water every other day and enjoy new growth from the center of the plants!  🌱

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Working on regrowing some iceberg lettuce. Week 1 and it's really starting to bloom.

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The next time I shop I'm going to pick up celery, lettuce, and some herbs to try to root!  Meanwhile, I'm experimenting with what I have on hand.

   The ever-popular avocado! Alas, this one split, maybe it'll still root. 

 A potato, though I probably won't grow potatoes the plant is attractive.

   Ginger. My neighbor claims you just put a knob in soil and it will root; not looking good so far, but....

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I'm trying to re-grow Romaine lettuce and celery.Regrowing Romaine and celery from ends.Regrowing Romaine and celery from ends.

 

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I am taking an avocado seed to start growing a plant.5951384F-805F-4939-A44A-3416CE29D670.jpeg

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