Kitchen Gardening for Beginners: Regrow Your Leftover Greens, Stalks, Seeds and More

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Author: Elzer-Peters, Katie 

Paperback: 112pgs

Publisher: New Shoe Press

Discover how to easily regrow vegetable discards and scraps and turn them into harvestable, edible plants—even if you have no gardening experience.

Stop tossing your carrot tops, leafless herb sprigs, lettuce and celery stumps, and beet greens in the trash! 
Cut back on your food waste and cultivate your own homegrown veggies easily with advice from Kitchen Gardening for Beginners, a beginner-friendly edition of No-Waste Kitchen Gardening.

Learn how to grow indoors and maintain your regrown plants until they are ready for harvest. The accompanying photos highlight each step of the process, showing you what the root section, seed, leaf, stem, or other plant part should look like when you replant it and then what it should look like when it’s ready for harvest. Many of the featured vegetables can be regrown in water or in soil. Full instructions are supplied.

A diverse selection of large and small edibles—some that are quick to regrow and others that take a bit longer—are included, so you can decide what regrown foods are the best fit for your family. 
A few of the many plants featured include:

  • Green onions
  • Ginger
  • Celery
  • Tomatoes
  • Melons
  • Herbs
  • Avocados
  • Potatoes
  • Carrots

The expert advice in 
Kitchen Gardening for Beginners gives you all the instruction and tricks you’ll need to regrow produce from food waste to provide your family with fresh, homegrown goodness from your own windowsill.


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