Grow Your Own Organic Produce at Home


Small houses in the city don’t have the luxury to make space for their own vegetable garden. However, if you want to, you can still enjoy growing vegetables at home. These are from vegetables, which are not only super easy to grow, but
can be regrown again and again. With a little bit of time and patience you can try to grow new plants after making sure that they get the necessary water and sunlight.
Free from pesticides, imagine the health benefits of having your own small organic vegetable supply at no additional cost. Watching plants sprout and regrow also piques kids’ curiosity, who take to it in a big way as a fun activity. It also gives
them another reason to get their hands dirty…
Relatively easy to regrow, you just need a stem about four inches high. Place this stem in a glass of water with the leaves well above the water line. You can keep the glass in a bright area but not in direct sunlight. In a few days, you will see
roots beginning to form and once these roots are a couple of inches long, you can transplant them in soil.
It is so simple to grow ginger root that once you start, you can have a regular supply of it. Plant a spare piece of ginger root in a pot full of soil, making sure that the buds are facing up. New shoots and new roots will sprout in about a week
or so and once this happens you can pull it up and use it again.
Buy fresh fennel and place the white root end in a glass jar with a little water, and leave it in the sun. The green leafy part of the plant will continue to grow and whenever you want to use it, just cut off what you need while leaving the
white root end in water to keep growing. You need to freshen up the water each week or so.
Lemongrass is an excellent fragrant addition to your cooking and it is simple to regrow, just like regular grass. Place the root in a glass bowl or jar with enough water to cover it and leave it in the sunlight. You will see new growth in about a
week, after which you can transplant it in a pot.
Rosemary can be regrown by cutting 2-3 inches from the top of the rosemary stalks and place them into water. When the new roots sprout, you can transfer them into soil-filled containers.
Spring Onions
For spring green onions, simply put the white base with the roots intact in a container of water and place in direct sunlight. Every few days, change the water and let the green onion continue to grow. You can cut and take what you need
and allow it to grow as long as you like.

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