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A new twist to recycling for the garden. Here you will find entertaining videos on the subject of homesteading with DIY projects for the self reliant off grid lifestyle. Sharing knowledge from over 30 years of living in the woods. Royalty free audio files provided by www.audiomicro.com and Footage Firm which I am fully licensed for. Video Rating: / 5 Related PostsUrban Vegetable Gardening Recycled Plastic Container VideoVegetable Gardening : How to Plant a Vegetable Garden for Children Step by StepVegetable Gardening : How to Plant a Vegetable Garden in RowsVegetable Gardening : How to Plant Zucchini in a GardenHow to Plant an Urban Garden : Vegetable GardeningVegetable Gardening : Unique Ways to Plant a Vegetable Garden

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20 Comments

  • DEW W 1 year ago

    onions, leave them grow and just trim the greens…

  • Tom Innes 1 year ago

    Very cool.

  • Skatooli 1 year ago

    There are about 20 common vegetables than can be re-grown this way. There are a few links about it on Pinterest :)

  • Chris Is 1 year ago

    Well, I've known this all my life… suprised this seems to come as a surprise to you!
    This goes for so many vegetables, such as pak choy, leeks and spring onions, enjoy it 🙂 !

  • Rob Baker 1 year ago

    I'd heard about Celery but not the lettuce.. let me know how the cabbage works!!

  • backyardmeat 1 year ago

    Pretty cool right?! It works great with Kale too

  • Hippie Farmer The Homesteader 1 year ago

    Onions work too.

  • Vita Plastica 1 year ago

    We do this at home. We have a leek and some lettuce growing. But I wasn't putting them in the ground fast enough. One lasted for 5 weeks, then started to rot. We also put potato eyes in the ground after soaking for a couple of days and they are growing like crazy! I can't wait to see more of this experiment from a real gardener.

  • Henry Stachyra Jr. 1 year ago

    My little brother started out a bunch of plants in jars of water this year. He did the whole beans and seeds wrapped in wet paper towels thing. Nature is pretty darn awesome…you learn new stuff all the time!

  • nighthunterwhippets 1 year ago

    Amazing tip

  • gavin hirt 1 year ago

    its called hydoponic gardening

  • OFF GRID with DOUG and STACY 1 year ago

    nice tip =)

  • SpiritBear12 1 year ago

    Try it with carrots.

  • Joe Sanders 1 year ago

    Very cool. My wife has to see this. We're putting our garden in this week. We gotta try this. Thanks for the idea. :)

  • Workin On It 1 year ago

    I have done that, it is crazy…

  • Wildsurviver 1 year ago

    Way cool

  • Deep South Homestead 1 year ago

    Ok my friend i knew about the celery but not the romaine.Ive been gardening for over 40 years now and never heard of this one.Of coarse ill have to try it now thank you for this tip.

  • frank 1 year ago

    Well It's working here lol never thought of lettuce but I have lil tiny roots starting ! : )

  • Jj123456789jonesJohn Jones 1 year ago

    thanks for that ,will try .

  • Bob Healy 1 year ago

    any root veggie Will do. carrots.turnip.etc