Regrowing vegetables from scrap can be very simple:
- Green Onions. Green onions are arguably the easiest and most popular vegetable to regrow.
- Celery. Cut off the celery, and leave about an inch or two from the base.
- Romaine Lettuce, Bok Choy, Cabbage.
- Basil, Mint, and Cilantro.
How do you replant vegetables?
How to transplant vegetable seedlings
- Seedlings should be hardened-off, well-fed and watered before transplanting.
- Prepare a weed-free surface.
- Dig a hole large enough for seedling.
- Carefully remove seedling from its container.
- Set seedling in hole level with soil surface.
- Feed seedling to kick start growth.
- Surround seedling with displaced soil.
How do you grow carrots from scraps?
Instead of defaulting to the compost, use carrot tops to grow healthy carrot greens. Place a carrot top or tops in a bowl, cut side down. Fill the bowl with about an inch of water so the top is halfway covered. Place the dish in a sunny windowsill and change the water every day.
How do I use kitchen scraps in my garden?
Simply dig a trench 12 inches deep in your garden and fill it half way with kitchen scraps. Fruits and vegetables are great for adding nutrients and moisture to your soil. We suggest avoiding putting bread products, oils, meat, dairy, saw dust, human waste, and rice in your compost.