Garden Design with Tropics at home Blogging about growing tropical plants indoors with Landscapers from blog.tropicsathome.com
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Plant the White Portion and Roots of Green Onions
Here’s another tip that even my seasoned gardener friends didn’t know: The white portion and roots of store-bought green onions can be planted in soil and will continue to grow and regenerate green, edible shoots. (When you plant them, be sure to leave a little green above ground for photosynthesis.) I was thrilled to learn about this, as I have a bad habit of buying green onions, using one or two, and letting the rest rot in the fridge. This way, I can just snip a few green shoots with scissors whenever a recipe calls for them. They grow quickly, ensuring a long summer of pasta salad…and onion breath!
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