Have Fresh Organic Produce All The Time By Regrowing These 20 Foods In Your Home

I always dreamed of having a garden at my place. I never had the time or chance to regrow foods like I want. Having your own natural garden is wealth.

The food will be there. Waiting for you. Fresh and raw. We usually don’t know what we buy from the grocery store. We just read the origin on the label and that’s it.

We don’t know the method nor who grew the particular foods.

I know people who turned their backyard into a home garden. It’s like a heaven when you walk through it and see all those foods growing.

When I ask these people what was the number 1 reason why they decided to have their own garden, the answer was because they don’t trust the grocery stores that much. Plus, it’s fun!

If you want to be one of these people who will have another hobby and 100% natural food in their life, here are 20 foods you can start regrowing right now.

This is the first step toward having really nice and beautiful garden.

1. Regrow Lettuce in Water

Have Fresh Organic Produce All The Time By Regrowing These 20 Foods In Your Home

Tutorial via wholenewmom.com

2. Grow a Beet in Water Without Seeds

Have Fresh Organic Produce All The Time By Regrowing These 20 Foods In Your Home

Tutorial via homeguides.sfgate.com

3. Grow A Pineapple

Have Fresh Organic Produce All The Time By Regrowing These 20 Foods In Your Home

Tutorial via rickswoodshopcreations.com

4. Propagate Basil

Have Fresh Organic Produce All The Time By Regrowing These 20 Foods In Your Home

Tutorial via ablossominglife.com

5. Propagate & Regrow Rosemary Cuttings

Have Fresh Organic Produce All The Time By Regrowing These 20 Foods In Your Home

Tutorial via 17apart.com

6. Five Step Guide to Growing Gorgeous Garlic

Have Fresh Organic Produce All The Time By Regrowing These 20 Foods In Your Home

Tutorial via themicrogardener.com

7. Grow Your Scallions Back on Your Windowsill

Have Fresh Organic Produce All The Time By Regrowing These 20 Foods In Your Home

Tutorial via thekitchn.com

8. Regrow Lemon Balm from Cuttings

Have Fresh Organic Produce All The Time By Regrowing These 20 Foods In Your Home

Tutorial via 17apart.com

9. Growing Onions Vertically On The Windowsill

Have Fresh Organic Produce All The Time By Regrowing These 20 Foods In Your Home

Tutorial via auntiedogmasgardenspot.wordpress.com

10. Regrow Leeks

Have Fresh Organic Produce All The Time By Regrowing These 20 Foods In Your Home

Tutorial via alifeenchanted.com

11. Propagate Lemongrass

Have Fresh Organic Produce All The Time By Regrowing These 20 Foods In Your Home

Tutorial via gardenbetty.com

12. Regrowing Bok Choy

Have Fresh Organic Produce All The Time By Regrowing These 20 Foods In Your Home

Tutorial via 17apart.com

13. Grow A Lemon Tree From Seeds

Have Fresh Organic Produce All The Time By Regrowing These 20 Foods In Your Home

Tutorial via growingwildceeds.wordpress.com

14. Growing Ginger

Have Fresh Organic Produce All The Time By Regrowing These 20 Foods In Your Home

Tutorial via growingherbsforbeginners.com

15. Regrow Mint from Cuttings

Have Fresh Organic Produce All The Time By Regrowing These 20 Foods In Your Home

Tutorial via 17apart.com

16. Grow an Avocado Tree from an Avocado Pit

Have Fresh Organic Produce All The Time By Regrowing These 20 Foods In Your Home

Tutorial via thehungrymouse.com

17. Regrow Romaine Lettuce

Have Fresh Organic Produce All The Time By Regrowing These 20 Foods In Your Home

Tutorial via threepsandq.wordpress.com

18. Regrow Carrots

Have Fresh Organic Produce All The Time By Regrowing These 20 Foods In Your Home

Tutorial via projectfidgetyfingers.blogspot.mk

19. Growing Gourmet Mushrooms at Home from Waste Coffee Grounds

Have Fresh Organic Produce All The Time By Regrowing These 20 Foods In Your Home

Tutorial via growveg.com

20. Grow Sweet Potatoes

Have Fresh Organic Produce All The Time By Regrowing These 20 Foods In Your Home

Tutorial via homejoys.blogspot.mk

I think I have space in my backyard to plant avocado pits. The three will look very nice!

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