There are so many foods you can regrow from your scraps! All it takes is a little time, love, sunlight, and water.
Here are 5 Plants You Can Regrow From Your Food Scraps:
All you need is the base of the celery (the white end). Leave it in a bowl with warm water. Place that bowl in the sun for as much time as possible, and you’ll have brand new celery stalks within a week or so. Once the leaves begin to thicken, transplant the celery plant into potting soil and let it grow.
2. Bell Peppers
All you need are the seeds of any pepper (bell pepper, jalapeno, etc.). Wash the seeds and allow them to sit in the sun until they are dry (on a window sill or table by sunlight). Place the seeds in potting soil, set the pot in direct sunlight, and let them grow.
To grow a lemon tree, all you need are a few lemon seeds. Wash and dry the seeds before planting in quality potting soil.
4. Peaches or Plums
It will take a few years for the trees to grow fruit. But, it is definitely worth the wait! Collect the seeds of your peaches, nectarines, or plums, and dry them out. Once they have been properly dried, plant them in nutrient-rich potting soil with access to direct sunlight.