Discover and save creative ideas
    Visit site
    • Alycia Spencer

      Great idea! I will try her technique next spring. Onion Recycling Tutorial Take the onion you are using for cooking, green, red, yellow, or white, it doesn't matter. Cut off the root end. You are going to do that anyway. For a bulb onion like a red, white or yellow, I kinda core the onion and cut out a little cone there at the root end.Take that root bit you cut off and plant it in dirt and water it well. You can directly plant this in the garden. I plant mine in a tub in my yard for easy onion access year round. You can even plant them in a flower pot in a sunny window.

    • Debbie Story

      Planting onions indoors Take the onion you are using for cooking, green, red, yellow, or white, it doesn't matter. Cut off the root end. You are going to do that anyway. For a bulb onion like a red, white or yellow, I kinda core the onion and cut out a little cone there at the root end. There you have it. In a few weeks you will have tons of green onions for the picking.

    • Katrina Liukko

      Green Onion "Recycling" Tutorial | How to Grow Green Onions from Root Scraps

    Related Pins

    Growing Green Onions in Water in Gardening, Kitchen Tips, Recipes

    How to Grow Ginger Root From the Grocery Store by therainforestgarden #Gardening #Ginger_Root

    EVERYTHING you ever wanted to know about GROWING ONIONS. Seriously? the go-to site!! From planting seed, seedlings & sets thru different varieties, to storing. Even includes making an onion braid!!

    This is a great little tip for you to try next time you buy some green onions. You can re-grow green onions pretty easily after you have already chopped off the bulk of the green to use in your recipe.

    The Rainforest Garden: Growing Ginger Roots from the Grocery Store

    This could save some money, especially if you can't use up green onions before they spoil....like me.