Regrowing Vegetables With a Little Magic & Patience


re-growing lettuceUpcycling vegetable stems and growing veggies from your kitchen leftovers never was so much fun…that is, if you have a little patience and want to access your inner “green thumb” magician. Here is a great post on how you can use your veggie scraps to feasibly grow your own veggies. Some more easily than others. I’d love to try some of these, being that I haven’t time for much gardening, but sure do have patience. 😉

13 Vegetables That Magically Regrow Themselves

And here’s one just focused on lettuce, which seems to be one of the easiest to do so with:

Re-growing Lettuce

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Creating life as a work of art with a magick rabbit by my side. I remember my song. Do you? Artist, Author and Reiki Master Teacher with over 25 years' experience in creative healing arts and metaphysical studies. Tania inspires people globally to return to natural harmony, draw forth imagination to manifest dreams, embody creative empowerment, and live more magickally and abundantly from their most natural frequency – in essence, Tania helps you to remember your song.

Posted on April 19, 2014, in Uncategorized and tagged , , , , , . Bookmark the permalink. 6 Comments.

  1. Haha, I have done this! The easiest to regrow are green onions. We had green onions all summer that way, and they eventually grew into big onions to use like regular white onions. In Madison, we successfully regrew celery and bok choy, but for some reason, those didn’t work here. Maybe I didn’t let the roots get long enough before planting, or maybe it was too sunny. We had a very shady yard in Madison. I’ve never had luck with Romaine, but that would be great! I hope you try this. It’s fun. 🙂 xoxo

    • cool to know! it does look fun and will be interesting to see what works for me or not. there likely are many factors and elements that make some work more than others, and as you said, likely even location and climate factors. will keep you posted. xoox!

      • You can also regrow sweet potatoes and plant them once the sprout leaves. They are related to morning glories, so sometimes quite pretty if you trellis them. They like droughts and actually produce more the worse the growing conditions — or so I have heard. I’m debating putting some in, untrellised in part of our back yard, just as a yummy ground cover. xoxo

      • i love me some sweet potatoes! sound like an easier and pretty veggie to grow. thanks for the info! xoox

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    Thank you Tania Marie 🙂

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