She Puts Leftover Celery Into Water, 3 Days Later? Amazing!

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March 20, 2016 Mystery

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Cobi Kim teaches us how to grow a garden from kitchen scraps.

#1 Celery

Cut the bottom of celery off and place root down in water. By day three, your new celery will have sprouted.

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#2 Ready To Plant

In 10 days, your celery is ready to plant in your garden.

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#3 Pineapple

Regrow a pineapple by removing the top leaves from the pineapple and placing in water.

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#4 Ready To Plant

In 3 weeks you will have roots and can plant in your garden, and in 18 months you’ll have your very own home grown pineapple.

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#5 Ginger

Plant with nubs facing up and in 4 to 6 months you can harvest.

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#6 Garlic

Pick the largest cloves and peel back paper from the sprout end. Plant about 6 inches apart with the peeled end up. In 2 weeks you’ll see your garlic sprouts appear.

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#7 Green Onions

Cut about 4 inches above roots and place in water near a sunlit window. By day 5 you’re new green onions will have sprouted and by day 7 you can plant them outside.

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