7 ✨Magical Foods ✨ You Can Regrow in Your Garden πŸ₯•πŸŒ½ 🌢πŸ₯” ...


Take advantage of foods you can regrow because home-grown food is lovely.

The taste is so much better than anything you could buy.

Plus it won't be as expensive as it is to buys seeds.

Even the budget gardener can grow food that won't cost them a cent.

All they need to do is save their vegetable scraps!

By doing this, you can grow organic produce while cutting down on your food waste.

So for a no-waste garden, try these foods you can regrow like magic …

1. Ginger


Do you have a piece of ginger lying around in the fridge?

Try turning it into a brand new plant.

It'll take about a year, so you could try having several plants on the go.

All you need to do is soak the ginger in water overnight, then plant in a pot of damp soil.

Keep watering the soil until you see the shoots appear.

When the plant is ready, pull it out, use the ginger, then repeat the process for more ginger next year!

2. Onion


If you throw out your onion ends, you're wasting an opportunity!

Turn them into more onions instead.

Plant them in moist soil and make sure it doesn't dry out.

You should get several shoots.

Separate the shoots, making sure each has some roots, and replant.

To help the onions grow faster, cut down the shoots so that all the energy will go into the onions.

3. Mushrooms


Do you toss mushroom stalks in the compost, or worse still in the garbage?

Why throw them away when you can get more mushrooms!

All you need to do is plant them in a mixture of soil and compost, with the top of the stalk sticking out.

The bonus is that not only do you get new mushrooms from something you'd discard, but if the stalks grow they'll do so very quickly.

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