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15 Vegetables & Herbs You Can Buy Once And Regrow Forever

15 Vegetables And Herbs You Can Buy Once And Regrow Forever

We all know about the normal ways to grow plants – from seeds. But, did you know that there are many plants that you can grow from leftovers and scraps? Water, a container, and some sunshine is all you need to grow organic fresh herbs and vegetables at home.

Here are 15 vegetables and herbs you can buy once and regrow forever.

1. Carrot Tops

Carrot tops

Carrot greens can be regrown from carrot tops. Just put the carrot tops in a dish with little water in it and put it in a room that is well-lit or on a window sill. (More details at Fidgety Fingers)

2. Garlic Sprouts

Garlic Sprouts

You can regrow garlic sprouts from a single garlic clove. Just place the garlic cloves in a small cup with a little water and let it grow. The garlic sprouts have gentle flavor than garlic and can be added to pasta, salads and other dishes. (More details at Simple Daily Recipes)

3. Green Onion

Green Onion

Green onions are the easiest vegetables to regrow. Just cut them in about an inch from the roots and place them in a glass of water. (More details at 17 Apart)

4. Leeks


Regrowing leeks is similar to regrowing green onions. Just cut them in about 2 inch from the roots and place them in a bowl of water. (More details at A Life Enchanted)

5. Grow Onions Vertically

Grow Onions Vertically On The Windowsill

Cut some holes in the bottle with the scissors and then fill it with potting soil and onion sprouts and watch your harvest grow! (More details at Auntie Dogma’s Garden Spot)

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12 thoughts on “15 Vegetables & Herbs You Can Buy Once And Regrow Forever”

  1. It’s always fun, especially in the winter months to be able to grow something fresh grown to add to a dish. Thanks for sharing all these ideas.

  2. Good guidance for healthy foods that easily grow indoor and outdoor gardening free of harm chemicals.

  3. I’m really interested in started to garden myself and cannot work out where to start so this is a great little project, thanks so much.

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