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Don't Waste the Crumbsfrom Don't Waste the Crumbs

How to Regrow Food in Water: 10 Foods that Regrow Without Dirt

Save money by regrowing these 10 foods that regrow in water without dirt. Perfect if you don't have room for a garden & trying to save a few bucks! Regrow lettuce, regrow celery... regrow vegetables with one of the best budget tips of the year, and easy for anyone to do! :: DontWastetheCrumbs.com

Jerry James Stonefrom Jerry James Stone

Food That Magically Regrows Itself from Kitchen Scraps

Growing vegetables from food waste is a great lesson for kids and also makes great science experiments!!

Auntie Dogma's Garden Spotfrom Auntie Dogma's Garden Spot

Growing Onions Vertically On The Windowsill

How to grow onions on your window sill in an old juice bottle.

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I'll Never Pay Again: One Simple Way to Free Green Onions

Don't pay for green onions - grow your own by sticking the white ends (green trimmed off) in a jar with 2 inches of water - sit in a sunny place, new onions in a week!

Growing your own medicine - this lady gives tons of info on medicinal herbs! Which ones, what they're good for, how to grow and how to prepare them - what a score

Do this in the fall. Spring bulbs in Pots: store the potted bulbs in an unheated garage or storage room. Youll need to water every few weeks since the pots wont have access to rainfall. In addition to small pots, pack bulbs shoulder-to-shoulder in big containers for an abundant display in spring. Toss aside the spacing recommendations so you can get as many bulbs into the container that will fit.

Dengardenfrom Dengarden

Easy Gardening: Growing Vegetables Plants from Kitchen Scraps!

Growing Vegetables Plants from Kitchen Scraps! A lot of foods you disregard as not edible and/or trash can in fact grow into a plant and give you more fruits and vegetables!

Sunsetfrom Sunset

21 best crops for your edible garden

Cilantro...easy to grow from seed in low, wide bowls...

butterfly feeder: butterfly nectar, mix 4 parts water with 1 part sugar and boil for a few minutes until the sugar dissolves. Cool the nectar thoroughly before adding it to the feeder. Large batches can be made and stored in the fridge for 3-4 weeks

Top Inspiredfrom Top Inspired

TOP 10 Foods You Can Regrow From Kitchen Scraps

Re-grow Romaine Lettuce Hearts – just cut, place in water, and watch them grow back in days… @ its-a-green-life

Common Sense Homesteadingfrom Common Sense Homesteading

How to Harvest, Cure and Store Onions - Root Cellaring, Braiding, Dehydrating and Freezing

How to Harvest, Cure and Store Onions – Root Cellaring, Braiding, Dehydrating and Freezing