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    Regrow veggies from the root end of store bought produce! You can apparently do this with celery, green onions, cabbage, and romaine lettuce.

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    Food - Vegetables That Magically Regrow Themselves. This is so cool. My grand kid's will love this project this summer!

    Very smart! Rinse veggies right in the garden and then re-use the water on the plants. Plastic bucket and small laundry basket/colander from Dollar Tree would do nicely.

    smart! rinse vegetables right in the garden and then reuse the water on the plants.

    Veggie Racks are an ideal way to store your root vegetables and pumpkins or squash. They are best kept in a dark, cool part of your home however.

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    Vertical gardening - it maximizes your harvest, makes the most of limited space, doesn't require lots of bending, and keeps your veggies away from pests and rot. This easy-to-assemble kit lets you grow vertically vining plants either against a wall, or as a free-standing unit using your own posts. Takes up just four square feet of growing space but produces more vegetation than a 24 square foot plot! Perfect for tomatoes, pole beans, cucumbers, or any vining plants.

    Rooting Roses - It isn't difficult to root cuttings and grow your own roses.

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    Use pine cones for root aeration in your containers