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Celery Grown From Vegetable Remains–Getting Seeds!

I have been growing celery from vegetable remains. Since then, celery in the garden has grown, flowered and even managed to get some celery seeds. Growing Celery from Vegetable Remains Previously, I was growing celery that was remaining after using celery I bought from a supermarket. My previous article about growing celery remain can be read from the link below; http://www.nature4fun.com/2017/11/10/growing-celery-from-cooking-remains/ Unfortunately, celery plants haven’t grown enough for me to harvest new stems for eating. They have been however, growing very well in the garden. They have become taller, more branches growing, leaves growing…. And soon in the middle of …

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Growing Celery from Cooking Remains!

2017/11/10   -Growing Vegetable Remains

I like many vegetables, but one of my favorite is celery! Celeries are great fresh as crunchy and refreshing addition to your everyday salads. They are also great as additive for curry and soups. I decided to try growing small innermost pieces of celery after eating majority of the celery bundle. Inner Part of Celery that was left…. So I finished a bunch of celery, and I kept two inner white celery pieces. These were very pale in color. I had no idea if they will grow, as they did not appear to have anywhere to grow new roots from. …

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Growing spring onion: don’t throw away the ends!!

2017/10/12   -Growing Vegetable Remains

Spring onions make a nice garnish on top of many dishes, can be used for stir fry, or salads. After you use spring onions…. don’t be so hasty to throw away root ends!! They can easily be re-grown with just water, and you can have some more fresh spring onion for free!! Regrowth of a cut spring onion end Here is an example of spring onion I re-grew. Spring onion end was kept in a small amount of water in a glass container. Room temperature is 15~20 degree Celsius and spring onion was kept by the kitchen window. September 13th: …