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Cut the ends off green onions and plant in potting soil. Of course.

Cut the ends off green onions and plant in potting soil. Of course. You can even cut them a little higher and just place them in water and they will grow back! You can have oodles of green onions at your disposal without having to have a garden.

SO MANY GREAT IDEAS!!!! How to grow sprouted onions

30 Insanely Clever Gardening Tricks

This article titled "How To Grow Sprouted Onions" at Alternative Gardening talks about exactly that. I had no idea. All this time, if I didn't eat an onion in time, I would simply plant the whole thing as-is in the soil.

Growing Green Onions! (Things I'm Thinking About on Tuesday, 4-8-2014) [from Kalyn's Kitchen] #vegetable

Growing Green Onions, and Things I'm Thinking About (4-8-2014

How to grow celery from celery.... I don't love it. But it seems cool to watch. Kids would like watchin too

How to grow celery from celery

Alternative Gardning: How to grow celery from celery-fun for the kids to watch

Regrow these foods from kitchen scraps!

Permaculture Ideas: Foods that will Re-Grow from your Kitchen Scraps. Also read this article, 16 Foods that Re-Grow from kitchen scraps

Are you homestead dreaming? That dream might be closer than you think! Find out what homestead skills you can start practicing NOW, no matter where you are!

Are you homestead dreaming? That dream might be closer than you think! Find out what homestead skills you can start practicing NOW, no matter where you are!

Packed full of beautiful photography and helpful hints and tips, Grow Vegetables in Pots is the perfect book for people looking to grow a bit of produce in a small space.

Edible inspirations -- Planning ahead -- Gardening know-how -- Growing vegetables in pots -- Growing fruit in pots -- Problem solver.

When to Plant? #HappyEarthDay Planting a garden:)

40 Genius Space-Savvy Small Garden Ideas and Solutions

Planting seeds in eggshells then put eggshell and all in garden bed when ready for transplant. Crush egg shell a little to give roots room to expand and gives an added benefit of nutrients to the plant.

Save your large egg shells next time you bake, wash them out, plant them with seeds. Once the plants are large enough, just transfer the whole egg into the ground. The shell is actually a great fertilizer and the roots will be able to break right through.

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