15 Fruits You Can Regrow From Scratch

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I found a picture and information on my friend’s facebook about growing fruits from scratch. Very interesting and I want to try it myself soonest I am home. Here is the details.

With patience you can have fresh pineapples indoors.
Food is almost free when grown from seed and is free when grown from saved seed. We have all heard about growing a pineapple from the severed top. While it does work it is two years before any fruit is gotten. And that is if you get any at all.

Organic Garden Network recently ran this post on growing food from food scraps. A quick check reveals some good information. However apples will never amount to anything because even organic apples are often grafted hybrids with seed that will not perform. But the idea is “well rooted.”

Here are 15 foods to grow from scraps…………….

Apples- http://www.ehow.com/how_2135774_grow-apple-seeds.html

Tomatoes- http://www.ehow.com/how_5581958_grow-tomatoes-fresh-tomato-seeds.html

Potatoes/Sweet Potatoes- http://www.gardenguides.com/117543-plant-cuttings-potatoes.html

Green Onions- http://www.17apart.com/2012/02/how-to-grow-green-onions-indefinitely.html
http://tipnut.com/nifty-food-plants/

Leeks- same technique as green onions

Carrot Tops- http://www.gardeningknowhow.com/children-in-the-garden/grow-carrot-tops.htm

Pineapple-http://www.rickswoodshopcreations.com/Pineapple/pineapple.htm

Romaine Lettuce- Same technique as celery

Cabbage- Same technique as celery

Celery- http://www.17apart.com/2012/02/growing-celery-indoors-never-buy-celery.html

Avocado -http://www.thehungrymouse.com/2009/09/09/how-to-grow-an-avocado-tree-from-an-avocado-pit/

Lentils- http://foodstoragemadeeasy.net/2009/02/19/how-to-grow-sprouts/

Pumpkin- http://pinterest.com/pin/98375573080950437/

Ginger- http://www.gardenswag.com/2011/12/5-foods-you-can-grow-from-kitchen-scraps/

Garlic- http://www.gardenswag.com/2011/12/5-foods-you-can-grow-from-kitchen-scraps/

Bonus: Bok Choy – http://www.17apart.com/2012/02/how-to-regrowing-bok-choy.html

Garden advice you can dig!