Came across this article and if it works, it’s great!
Since they’re cheap and come in bulk, we tend to waste a lot of vegetables and herbs in the kitchen. If you’d prefer to cut down on that a bit, a few kitchen staples are dead simple to regrow and don’t need a full blown garden. In fact, these ones don’t even require dirt.
You can technically regrow just about any fruit, vegetable, or herb from a scrap or seed. Most of us aren’t looking to grow an avocado plant in our kitchen. More useful are the foods we tend to use every day—like green onions or lettuce—that don’t take much time, dirt, or space to regrow. Sure, you can grab a bundle of green onions from the grocery store for 70¢, but why bother wasting that when you can keep a nearly endless supply that doesn’t need much upkeep for free?
Great tips on rejuvenating and regrowing veg in the kitchen. Brilliant.
I’ve kept basil for months by re-potting the ‘live’ herb ones you get in supermarkets but not any of these ones mentioned.
The author says you can regrow
- Romaine Lettuce
- Green Onions
I winder how well this works?