Plants You Can Re-Grow From Kitchen Scraps

Before you throw away your kitchen scraps, check first if there's something in there you can re-plant.
Before you throw away your kitchen scraps, check first if there’s something in there you can re-plant.

The next time you have food scraps from your kitchen, don’t throw them out just yet. You may not know it yet but some kitchen scraps have the potential for re-growth. You can plant them again and sooner or later, you’ll have a new one growing.

You get a lot of benefits by planting your own produce.
You get a lot of benefits by planting your own produce.

Planting and growing your own food is advantageous for you. First, you will be able to save money. Second, you know that what you’re eating is fresh, healthy, and pesticide-free. Lastly, gardening is a calming and relaxing activity which can help you deal with stress.

Before you throw out your kitchen scraps, check what you re-plant. Below is a list of plants that you can grow from scraps. The good thing about all these is that they don’t require a lot of garden space. No more excuses not to grow them, right?

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Bean Sprouts

Fennel

Ginger

Lemongrass

Lettuce

Pineapple

Potatoes

Turnips

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