7 Common Vegetables You Can Regrow Again And Again


Many foods have that magical ability to regrow themselves.

Some of these foods are to be regrown again, but there are some that require a bit larger commitment.

However you definitely need to try and grow at least one of these foods. Do not worry it will not take much from your time. In fact you will be done in no time.

Also this will be a great opportunity to teach you kids about the miracle of life.

And if these experiments of yours work as they should you will be the hero in the eyes of your kids for a while longer.


1. Green Onion

Green Onions are the easiest vegetables to regrow. You can regrow green onions by cutting them in about an inch from the roots and placing them in a glass of water.


2. Leeks

Regrowing leeks works the same as regrowing green onions. Just cut them in about two inch from the roots and place them in a glass of water.


3. Cilantro

In order to regrow cilantro, you have to get some of its stems and put them in a glass of water. As days go by, roots will come out from the stems and it signals that they are already ready to be planted in the pot.


4. Lemongrass

You can regrow lemongrass by placing the stalks in water. When the roots come out in two to three weeks, you can plant the lemongrass stalks in a pot with soil in a sunny place.


5. Garlic

You can regrow garlic sprouts from a single garlic clove. Just place the sprouted garlic cloves in a glass with water and wait for the shoots to grow taller. You can plant garlic cloves directly in the soil.


6. Carrots

The leaves of carrot are edible and you can regrow them by putting carrot tops in water in a well-bright room or a window sill.


7. Sweet Potato

You can regrow sweet potato by placing it in a jar of water in direct sunlight and letting it sprout. Then plant the well-rooted sprouts in a soil.


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