Vegetables that are grown at home bring benefits much more than those from the grocery. Truly it requires some time, but saves money and gives satisfaction growing own vegetables indoors.
The only important thing is enough water and light for plants.
You can grow a new romaine lettuce by using the bottom of a lettuce.Put the stems in a ½ inch of water and after a several days new leaves and roots will appear. Then, transplant the lettuce into soil.
Place the root ends in water and well-lit area. Leave it 1-2 weeks, then you can transplant them to a pot with a soil.
Put the carrot tops in little water and place the dish in well –lit area, window sill is ok..
Basil cuttings with stems about 3-4 inches, put in water and place them directly where sunlight is. When the roots are grown 2 inches long transfer them to pots and change the water constantly. This is in order to avoid slimy basil plants.
Place stems in a glass of water and when they become long enough,need to be transferred a pot with soil and also need to be placed in a room with ample lighting, so after few months new plants of cilantro will grow.
Cutted base of celery bottom need to be placed in a low bowl, but placed in the sun. With time new leaves grow. After three days it needs to be transplanted to soil.
Place new sprouts that began to grow from the garlic clove in a pot with a little water and later transplant them to a soil. New garlic sprouts have a milder flavor. Also they are great for salads, pasta or other dishes.
Put Scallion root, an inch long, in the water and leave it in a place that is well-lit.
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