We recently started growing fresh produce from our table scraps. The celery root has grown so tall that it was ready to be transplanted, making the journey from water glass in our windowsill into soil today.
This cute little plant now lives in our mini-greenhouse, along with the various vegetable, herb, and flower seeds I planted recently. We’re really enjoying expanding our garden plans to grow as much of our own food as we can.
The green onions we grew from kitchen scraps in our windowsill are doing very well, but they’re so handy to have nearby that I can’t bear to plant them in the garden yet. We’re now trying to grow lettuce from the end bit of a Romaine head we finished as well as sprouting garlic, which was kindly donated to our garden from our neighbor Lili!
On this day…
- 1 year ago: Cream cheese does the trick
- 2 years ago: Where’s the pot of gold?
- 3 years ago: Happy Passover
- 4 years ago: A good burger