Wednesday, July 5, 2017

Home grown

Do you know what this is?



I've seen articles in several places about how you can regrow certain things. One of them was celery. What I read told you to plant the bottom part that you cut off but I don't recall if it said to put it right in dirt or put in water.
As an experiment, the last time I cut up celery I put the bottom in a little dish of water. If I was wrong and it didn't work I wasn't out anything. To my surprise it started growing.



This from a person with 2 brown thumbs. Of course there's still plenty of time for me to kill this but it'll be interesting to see what it does.


If I keep it up I'll be just like Sandra's Bob growing all kinds of things in buckets. I could have my own backyard jungle. Well at least until winter hits.

12 comments:

Grace said...

Well son-of-a-gun, would you look at that! Who'da thunk it?

Duni said...

That's amazing! I didn't know that :)

Pam Jackson said...

Nice.

Musik For Life said...

Wow.. this is so cool. :D

Sandra said...

I saw the same thing and wondered if it would grow and it does and it really looks pretty, waiting to see if it is edible. I think it said Kale and something else does the same thing but not sure. a jungle of celery stalks, can't wait to see that

Sandee said...

As long as you remember to keep water in that dish you should do just fine.

Have a fabulous day off, Ann. Big hug to you and tons of scritches to Gibbs. ♥♥♥

Ginny Hartzler said...

Wow, it worked!! I am interested to see what it does. And since it is your baby now, how can you bear to eat it? Ha ha! I never knew this, it is so cool! They have discovered that celery has many more vitamins and good stuff in it than was previously thought.

Debby@Just Breathe said...

That is very cool! I often thought about trying that.

Out on the prairie said...

Be fun to watch, one item I have never grown.

Ratty said...

Cool. This makes me want to grow celery too.

BeadedTail said...

I'd much rather grow cake. :)

Chelsey said...

Oh wow! I'll have to try this!

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