Turn Your Vegetable Scraps Into Awesome Plants
We’re currently swooning over every succulent, indoor plant and garden bed in sight—we just can’t get enough of the green stuff. It’s even better when they’re DIY and free! The team at Huffington Post have come up with a plan to turn fruit and vegetables scraps into beautiful plants and we think our lives (and gardens) may just be changed forever. It’s as easy as planting the top off a pineapple, dropping a lemongrass stalk into water or sprouting an avocado seed. Keep reading for how to let your DIY green thumb shine.
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“OK, so this takes a pretty dedicated gardener -- the seed can take a while to sprout and there's no guarantee it will ever yield fruit. But if you're willing to take the chance, the result can be pretty rewarding.”
Have you ever made a plant from your fruit or vegetable scraps? If so, tell us how in the comments below.