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    Kids love to "have a little piece of earth" to call their own. Regrow celery by putting the stalk (with 2 inches left) in a dish of water. Once it grows leaves, you can plant it. Use only the outside stalks and it'll continue to grow from the inside.

  • Bev Grosvenor

    RE GROW CELERY

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this sounds crazy enough to actually work...I will have to give it a try!!

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Kale is a biennial. Companion plants: beets, celery, lettuce, onions, potatoes & strawberries. These companions spread & provide shade for the soil, helping to keep the soil cool. Kale likes cool soil. Also apply a heavy mulch like shredded leaves. Feed monthly with fish emulsion or compost tea.

How to regrow celery, garlic, and green onions. Also includes a link on how to regrow sprouted red onions using the onion sets inside of them.

Growing celery would be fun and also great to have this in my garden at home!! You place the end of the celery stalk in some warm water and keep on adding this for 3 days to the container. Then you will see some shoots come up. when you see it growing at a good rate then you can trasfer it to a pot or plant outdoors. : )

I have this project going in my apartment, too. Save the base of a celery plant and re-grow it. For the first week simply leave the celery base in a bowl of water that has a lot of access to the Sun. Plant it in a pot after it starts sprouting. Takes a lot longer than green onions, but it's really pretty while it's growing!