5 foods you can grow from leftovers: ginger, garlic, celery, green onions, + sweet potatoes.

Keep a potato around until some eyes start growing on it. Slice a piece of the potato off where the eye is, and put it in a cup with water covering the potato, but not the eye. Soon, you'll have a potato plant sprouting up and you can plant it in the garden, or just watch it grow in the cup (no potatoes will grow in the cup, but the plant will grow and look good.)

Growing food from scraps

How to grow celery from celery

I didn't know this ... great!!!

The Rainforest Garden: Growing Ginger Roots from the Grocery Store therainforestgarden.com

Foods that will Re-Grow from the kitchen

Growing green onions in water!

Growing Garlic Indoors

Re-grow celery at home! Check it out!

All you need to know for growing your own garlic, and all the reasons why you SHOULD grow your own garlic....

Have your own supply of fresh onions, year round, on your windowsill. With this genius and space saving idea you’ll be able to grow your own crop of delicious and crunchy onions. You don’t need to have your own garden … Continued

Monsanto now owns 40% of the conventional seed market in the US and 20% of the worldwide market, including organics and heirlooms.  It’s not terribly easy to avoid them, which is why we’ve compiled this list to help you navigate through things...

Recipe for an all-purpose organic insecticide. Maybe it'll keep the squash bugs away! They got my whole crop this year. :/

Learn to grow your own sweet potatoes!

Another great idea to start seeds! Make a greenhouse out of a plastic container like this spinach container. Cut toilet paper rolls and plant the seeds in them. Once the seeds grow into plants, you can just put the roll into the ground! Love this!

How to grow asparagus plants

Tomato, potato & pepper grow bags!

Magic Garden | how to grow ginger from store bought root ... gonna have to try this