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  • gail doerr

    15 FOODS YOU CAN REGROW FROM SCRAPS! #garden idea s

  • Penelope Rains

    DIY: 15 foods you can regrow from scraps

  • Maria Seelen

    growing food. 15 food to grow from scraps.

  • Kiley Foster

    15foods you can regrow from scraps

  • Elizabeth Messer

    15 foods you can regrow from scraps. Good to know! My fella has a green thumb, i kill everything i try to grow.

  • Sylvania *

    Regrow food from scraps! http://www.farmerspal.com/organic-farms/produce/page/1/ Here are 15 Foods You Can Regrow From Scraps: Apples- Tomatoes- Potatoes/Sweet Potatoes- Green Onions-Leeks- Carrot Tops- Pineapple-Romaine Lettuce- (Same technique as celery) Cabbage- (Same technique as celery) Celery-Avocado -Lentils-Pumpkin-Ginger-Garlic- Bok Choy -

  • Illy Green

    Greenthumb

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