Regrown Veggie Update

Sorry, I haven’t posted in a while. My mom came for a visit and I didn’t post while she was here. After she left, I was busy with Spring Break, yard work, going to garage sales (Fridays and Saturdays!), and everything around the house.

Anyhow, I wanted to update you all on our vegetable regrowing efforts.

Green Onions: We LOVE having green onions always available in the kitchen! It’s so great to just grab the kitchen shears and clip some green onions for a salad, baked potato, or whatever. It’s really handy.

Napa Cabbage: The plant has grown very tall and has really pretty yellow flowers. I haven’t seen any seeds to save, but I really enjoy having this beautiful plant growing in my kitchen window. I’m going to keep regrowing these.

Green Cabbage: The first green cabbage has regrown leaves (as you can see below). I’m not sure where we are going to end up, but it’s also a pretty windowsill plant just the same. The second one has just started growing new leaves.

Celery: We’ve been regrowing 3 different celery bases. They are growing slowly, but you can see the celery stalks growing. This afternoon, I saw a post somewhere and the person had buried and completely covered the celery base in soil. It seemed to be working better. I’ll try that next time.

I hope you had an awesome April,

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