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7 Vegetables That Easily Regrow Themselves

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A feeling of joy and pride overwhelms you to see the seed that you planted has survived with your care, and is raising its little green head from the brown soil. Living in a city, gardening becomes a difficult task’ especially when you live in an apartment, and have a job that keeps you occupied. You will be glad to know how easy it is to grow these 7 vegetables. You don’t need to hunt for their seeds, as they easily regrow from the parts we often discard:

1.Basil

1-Basil

Place a clipping with around 3-4 inch stem in a glass of water. Change the water regularly to avoid it from getting slimy. Transfer it to a pot with soil when the basil plant is 2 inches long.

2.Carrot

2-Carrot

Put the carrot tops in a container with water. Put them in a well-lit room or a window sill to let them absorb light. Transfer them into soil when the carrot leaves are 3 inches tall.

3.Romaine Lettuce

3-Romaine-Lettuce

Take a dish with water, and put romaine stumps in it. Transfer it to soil when new roots and leaves appear.

4.Garlic

4-Garlic

You need just one garlic clove to get a bunch of sprouts. Place the sprouted garlic clove in a glass with a little water. Wait for 3-4 days for the shoots to grow taller. You can plant these garlic cloves directly in the soil too.

5.Onions

5-Onions

Cut off the bottom of the onion, and leave it aside to dry for sometime. Plant in into soil with the bottom part facing down.

6.Bok Choy

6-Bok-Choy

Take a container with water, and place the root end facing the water. It will start to regrow in a few days. After 1-2 weeks, you can transfer it to a pot with soil.

7.Ginger

7Ginger

Soak chunks of ginger in water overnight. Transfer them in a pot with soil, and keep it in a warm and sunny place.

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