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Scallions - In as little as 5 days you can completely regrow a full scallion (or green onion) from the scraps. Leave about an inch attached to the roots and place them in a small glass with a little water. In a few days, you’ll have all new scallions.

Scallions - In as little as 5 days you can completely regrow a full scallion (or green onion) from the scraps. Leave about an inch attached to the roots and place them in a small glass with a little water. In a few days, you’ll have all new scallions.

Growing Vine Crops in Limited Spaces:  Provide extra support for cantaloupes, watermelon and pumpkins by using nylon stockings or fish net.  Plus suggested varieties with smaller fruit.

Growing Vine Crops in Limited Spaces: Provide extra support for cantaloupes, watermelon and pumpkins by using nylon stockings or fish net. Plus suggested varieties with smaller fruit.

Orzo Pasta Salad with Asparagus and Zucchini | www.wineandglue.com | An easy side dish full of veggies and flavor!

Orzo Pasta Salad with Asparagus and Zucchini

10 Delicious Ways To Prepare Healthy Zucchini Recipes - Orzo Pasta Salad With Asparagus And Zucchini

Grow Button and Portobello mushrooms from a common variety that you can pick-up FRESH from your local grocery store.

Watch me and the girls grow Button and Portobello mushrooms from a common variety that you can pick-up FRESH from your local grocery store. Mushroom starter kits are so expensive.

Carrot Greens - The ends of carrots you usually chop off and throw away will grow carrot greens if you put them in a dish with a little water. Set the dish in a well-lit windowsill and you’ll have carrot tops to use as a garnish or in salads.

Carrot Greens - The ends of carrots you usually chop off and throw away will grow carrot greens if you put them in a dish with a little water. Set the dish in a well-lit windowsill and you’ll have carrot tops to use as a garnish or in salads.

How to keep produce fresher, longer

Why I Eat Organic Apples, and Why You Should, Too: "Coach" Mark Smallwood, executive director of the Rodale Institute, explains his reasons for choosing organic apples. Important as we enter peak apple season!

Growing Celery From Discarded Bottoms  Its one week old and look at all that celery growing up.  Half of the base is submerged in water, and when the celery has roots, you can plant it out in the garden. The celery hasn’t been in direct sunlight, just in the window. Recommend using organic celery.

Fun fact: you can regrow celery stalks (and also, apparently, green onions!) just just saving the bottom parts and putting them in water.

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