5 Need to Know Tips for Regrowing Veggies

by - 8/18/2020 12:00:00 AM

Lately, I’ve been trying to regrow veggies. This has been totally trial and error for me. Below I will be sharing tips that have helped me along the way. Also, I hope to do a propagate post to share what has been working for me as well.


I’ve had the most success with regrowing green onion. Starting in my home, and planting in my garden once the plant grows inside and starts to grow roots.


It’s so important to use organic veggies when trying to regrow veggies due to GMOs.

Regrow More Than One

I made the mistake of only regrowing one item at a time. I’m not encouraging you to purchase out of the norm. However, I made the mistake of only growing one plant at a time, and unfortunately, I had everything on hand to at least grow two. Not all plants’s/seeds will make it.


Twist the top. Allow to air dry a couple of days prior to placing in water. Do not completely submerge the pineapple top in water, only the base of the plant. Change the water often


Place the avocado in water for 24hrs. Remove the skin and place it back into the water until the seed starts to grow a root. Change the water often.

Have you tried regrowing veggies?

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  1. I have tried regrowing scallions and garlic. I start them in small pots and move them to the garden. So far I've had a good success rate.

  2. You are so resourceful. Regrowing veggies is so nice and the plants must be great. I have to try my own avocado and see how it comes out.

  3. I've heard of doing this, but never actually tried it! I'm definitely intrigued.

  4. I'll keep these in mind if I ever try to grow things again. Normally it doesn't go well for me, but I would love tomatoes!

  5. These are some great tips - I have to admit I've never tried regrowing my own veggies but I might have to give it a whirl.

  6. My younger daughter is so interested in gardening right now! She will be happy to try these tips!

  7. These are good tips for growing vegetables at home. The tip about growing more than one because not all plants make it was particularly good.

  8. I do love planting but not really good on it, thankful to know these things for a better planting.

  9. I would love to grow my own avocados. Thanks for the tips!

  10. I honestly haven't tried it yet. But I really want to. Maybe soon!


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