A sustainable garden

A sustainable garden

Have you regrown produce in your garden before?

Hands up if you throw away sad, wasted spring onions when they don’t get used? No longer!

Poke them into the soil when you purchase and chop off at ground level when you need them. They last ages.

Potatoes are another easily regrowable vegetable. Wait until they shoot, chop so that each piece has a shoot and plant. Keep topping up the soil so that they have space to grow.

Lucky last…celery!

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Here’s mine, currently residing comfortably on my windowsill…

Very simply, cut the bottom off a bunch of celery and pop into a small bowl of water. When it’s established you can plant it and use stalks as needed.

Have you regrown anything before? Comment below and give me more ideas if you like!

Erin xx

 

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