I love simple, amazing, and self-sustainable ideas–and I know you do, too–so I want to share this one with you in case you missed it over here.
It’s delectably ingenuis, and impossibly simple. Buy a bunch of celery from the grocery store and cut off the bottom.
I was so excited, I bought two.
You can plant them right away, or set them in a saucer or bowl of warm water overnight until you’re ready.
Make a hole in your garden soil (you can even use a patio pot), fill the hole with water, set the celery bottom in the damp ground and bury it about an inch deep.
AND THEN IT MAKES MORE CELERY.
No planting tiny celery seeds and nursing tiny plants, waiting and waiting. Just plant a celery bottom and it will GROW MORE CELERY.
I’ll report back in a few weeks and let you know how my celery bottoms are doing. Meanwhile, plant your own!
If I plant a banana, will I grow more bananas? How far can I take this concept? What if I plant a puppy? Wait, I don’t want any more puppies…. FOR THE LOVE OF ALL THINGS HOLY, DON’T PLANT THAT PUPPY!!!