Grow a Garden from Vegetable Scraps

Spring is here and it’s time to get gardening. Did you know you can replant many vegetable scraps that you would normally throw away or compost. Produce can be very expensive, so save on your grocery bill by growing your own food.

One of the easiest vegetables to grow yourself is celery. Simply cut off the bottom portion or base of your celery and place in a small bowl or cup with warm water. Water should cover just the bottom of the celery, do not submerge it. Place in a sunny location and within a couple days you will see new growth. In about a week the new growth should be thicker and greener and it will be time to plant in soil. You can grow it in a pot either indoors or outdoors or plant directly in your garden. Celery likes cooler temperatures and regular watering.

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