INDOOR GARDENING: Regrowing Plants

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INDOOR GARDENING: Regrowing Plants

David P. Dillard


Date: Sun, 5 Jul 2009 09:30:40 EDT
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Subject: Regrowing plants

Put the whites of green onion in water and they will regrow.
Never buy green onions again.

Put the tops of carrots in water for a pretty fern-like effect
when they grow.

Try that with white or sweet potatoes also.

Another pineapple plant will grow from the top you cut
off from a store-bought pineapple.  We've done this and
the pineapples are extremely sweet.  You only get one
pineapple per plant per year.

Get new spider plants by planting some of the 'babies' from
the mother plant in different containers.

Snap off a piece of Christmas Cactus, stick in a pot and
end up with another one.

From the Linda Bee Indoor Gardening Collection of Resources

Linda Bee


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