10 Foods That Can Re-Grow Themselves

Many people would love to have a garden and grow their own fruits and vegetables. The benefits are endless! It is a simple way to gain access to organic foods, cut down on one’s grocery bill, and gardening is fairly easy. However, inconvenient space restraints make that impossible for a lot of people who live in apartments or have small yards.

That’s where this really cool science trick comes in. There are actually a lot of different fruits and vegetables that can actually re-grow when placed in water or soil. Obviously, some common sense should be used. For example, make sure that the container is relative to the size of the plant. This list is a compilation of all of the plants that can re-grow when simply placed in water or soil.

Lemongrass

Using the discarded roots of lemongrass, which is typically thrown out as it’s too tough to cook with, you can soak them in water. After about three weeks, you’ll see new lemongrass growing!


Celery

This one you do actually have to use soil for eventually. After about three days, the plant will stop growing if it is left in just water!

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