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A little garden in your kitchen

Discussion in 'General Discussions and Lounge' started by kappa84, Mar 27, 2008.

  1. kappa84

    kappa84 Senior Member Webmaster

    When you’re cooking, a lot of plant remains are thrown to the garbage bin, not knowing that you’re wasting a little garden. :)

    If the vegetables that you’ve used were fresh, there are a lot of chances to obtain a new plant from the plant remains, which will grow-up faster then one from seeds.This is because the sprout will grow-up from the stem, where it founds a lot of nutritious substances which helps the new plant to evolve faster.

    Like an example, from a parsnip’s stem a new plant will rise in 1 week, ready to be moved in the garden or in the flowerpot. :goodjobsign:
  2. vicdigi

    vicdigi New Member Webmaster

    Informative. No garden growing in my kitchen though.
    Mummy said I must eat all my greens for all the vitamins and iron.
  3. xhan

    xhan <span style="color: white; font-weight: 700; backg Webmaster

    I dread to think whats growing in my kitchen - I can guarentee you wouldn't want to eat it though! :S

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