Have you ever thought that you will own cheap houseplants from vegetable scraps right in the kitchen? And in the post today, we will share with you 8 Kitchen Scraps You Can Re-grow To Become Indoor Plants In The Future. Before you take out them in the trash, let’s try growing them again and see surprising things which appear the next time soon.
That’s right, you can start a garden using the organic waste in your home. Vegetables, herbs, and fruits are some of the most popular foods and are indispensable in daily meals. Usually, you use edible portions like stems and leaves and discard the maintain. Instead of tossing them out, re-growing them to have free houseplants and unlimited supplies of your family’s favorite produce at the same time. They are so easy to re-grow and adapt to any condition, whether in soil or in water. Save and try right now!
To re-grow lettuce scraps, let’s keep the base in a bowl with a ½ inch of warm water. Place it to sit in direct sunlight, and in a week or two, your lettuce stem will produce fresh. Then, transplant your lettuce to the soil to continue growing.
#2 Green Onions
Your Green Onions scraps can be regrown after 5 days. You just leave at least an inch attached to the roots of your leftover scallion, put them in a small glass of water, then your scallions will flourish.
#3 Aloe vera
Aloe vera is easy to grow, you can soon have many aloe vera plants for every room when the plant produces its new pups.
If you want to grow a lemon tree indoors, prepare an organic lemon with non-germinating seeds nutrient-rich potting soil, a planting pot that’s 6″ wide and 6″ deep, a seedling pot that’s 24″ wide and 12″ deep, and then grow it in a sunny growing location.
You can easily grow a new avocado from its seed. After sprouting the pit transfer the pit into the soil and let it grow.
To grow beetroot, cut off the top of the beets and throw them in some water. And then, keep it on a sunny windowsill, and you’ll have an edible houseplant.
Apricot can be easily re-grown from its seed. Simply, place the pot in an area with 6 to 8 hours of light and keep the plant well hydrated.
To grow Pineapple, cut the flowery “crown” of pineapple, which is an inch below the leaves. Place the cutting in a shallow container of warm water. When the cutting begins to root, replant it into a container with soil and water once a week. At the same time, give it in a bright, warm place with as much direct sunlight as possible.