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Five of The Easiest Foods To Grow At Home

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Before you think this is going to be hard let us just say that growing your own food doesn't have to take a ton of space or time!

If you are someone who doesn’t have a lot of space for a garden or a ton of time to dedicate to one, then tips are for you! Here are Five of The Easiest Foods To Grow At Home!

Lettuce: This one is very easy. Buy your lettuce from the store and leave the stump of it in a bowl and fill the water up halfway. Once the leaves have regrown for a few days, transfer your stump into your soil and watch it grow!

Celery: Cut off the celery stalks, leaving about an inch or two from the base. Place the base in a bowl of water and leave it where it can get adequate sunlight. As new leaves begin to sprout from the middle, allow it to gain thickness for about a week, and then transfer it into a pot of soil.

Green Onion: Green onions are arguably the easiest and most popular vegetable to regrow. All you have to do is cut them about an inch from the roots and leave them in a glass of water. Literally, that’s it. They will just keep growing!

Leek: Leeks regrow the exact same way that green onions do, although they might take a little longer just because of their size. Leave about two inches of leek from the bottom of the stalk, and it in a bowl of water, and watch it grow!

Basil, Mint and Cilantro: Okay technically three things, but let’s just call these ‘the herbs’. A lot of herbs can easily be regrown. Make sure there are about 2-3 inches of stem. Place the stems upright in a glass of water. When the new roots begin to sprout, transfer the herbs into a pot of soil and let the aroma flourish.

 

What other foods have you tried to regrow at home? Be sure and share it with us on the WOT Instagram or Facebook!

 

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