Food that will re-grow from kitchen scraps.
Guys, please don't pirate your food.
It started with https://imgur.com/gallery/xo4oA/
As usual, do research before attempting anything.
Re-growing vegetables ∞
Disappointed, offers no insight on how to regrow ramen noodles.
Scallions (green onions) ∞
- Place the root ends in water
- Keep the roots submerged
- Wait for several days
Harvest down near the roots. You can take quite a lot of the white part.
They eventually lose flavor if you keep growing them in H20 like in the pics. I eventually decided to pot them. So much better.
They're actually easier to grow from seed IMO. I toss a handful of seeds out every 2 weeks all spring and summer long, always [have] scallions.
Notes: Apple trees need other types of apple to fruit. Red Delicious, for instance, cannot self pollinate.
Blueberries require another type of blueberry plant to pollinate.
This is also possible, but was not researched.
As usual, be aware of bullshit.
Had to downvote for the medical plant pseudoscience. Lemon balm will not cure your fucking fever.
Sage won't cure a bloody infection, either. You go shoving sage into your gums and all you'll do is smell like a roast chicken.