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Growing Celery From Discarded Bottoms  Its one week old and look at all that celery growing up.  Half of the base is submerged in water, and when the celery has roots, you can plant it out in the garden. The celery hasn’t been in direct sunlight, just in the window. Recommend using organic celery.

Growing Celery From Discarded Bottoms Its one week old and look at all that celery growing up. Half of the base is submerged in water, and when the celery has roots, you can plant it out in the garden. The celery hasn’t been in direct sunlight, just in the window. Recommend using organic celery.

Raspberries will grow happily in a container on your patio.  Great idea for any vine berries- will keep them from completely taking over.

Raspberries will grow happily in a container on your patio. Great idea for any vine berries- will keep them from completely taking over.

Collect seeds from your organic garden and produce and put in sealable bags in  freezer. Seeds in a freezer can last 10 years.

Collect seeds from your organic garden and produce and put in sealable bags in freezer. Seeds in a freezer can last 10 years.

They’re grape-sized watermelons that taste like cucumbers with a tinge of lime. And they’re totally easy to grow.

Thing You Must Plant This Instant: Cucamelons

They’re grape-sized watermelons that taste like cucumbers with a tinge of lime. And they’re totally easy to grow.

TOP 10 Tips on How To Grow Your Ginger Indoors

TOP 10 Tips on How To Grow Your Ginger Indoors

Grow ginger indoors from grocery store rhizomes. After soaking the root over night, bury it with the buds facing up under an inch of rich soil in a shady area. Ginger thrives in moist conditions, so be sure to water regularly.

<b>One for every "official" day of the season.</b> Brought to you with unabashed bias by the BuzzFeed food editor.

60 Things You Absolutely Have To Do This Summer

<b>One for every "official" day of the season.</b> Brought to you with unabashed bias by the BuzzFeed food editor.

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