How to Turn a Veggie Into a Plant: Gardening the Fast Way

Want to get your kids excited about gardening?

Looking for a secret shortcut to make plants grow fast?

How about a gardening trick that turns trash into food?

Regrow vegetables and fruits to transform them from stems, cores and seeds into fresh, delicious plants you can eat.

It requires very little time and space, and no extra money!

In this article I’ll explain how fun, fast and easy it is to regrow vegetables and fruits with your kids even if you have a black thumb.

Transform fruits and vegetables from stems, cores and seeds into fresh, delicious, plants you can eat, with very little time and space and no extra money!

Why Regrow Your Food?

Two words: instant gratification. Kids today crave it. Adults often strive for it, too.

Gardening is a great family activity to get kids outside and teach them that the food on their plates comes from the earth, not just the grocery store!

If you want to grow a family garden, go for it! It’s fun for kids to watch fruits and vegetables grow and then eat their newly grown bounty. You can use seeds or starter plants, but either method requires some patience.

The quickest way to reap fully grown, edible plants is to regrow your food from the uneaten parts of other fruits and veggies. It’s fun. It’s cool to see the process. It’s instant gratification gardening (or the closest thing to it).



3 Easy Ways to Start a Family Garden

Looking for a fun spring project that involves the entire family?

Do your kids like to spend time outdoors?

Then start a garden!

Gardening is a great outdoor activity with an abundance of benefits.

In this article I’ll show you three easy methods for starting a garden with your kids this spring.

Looking for a fun spring project that involves the entire family? Discover 3 easy methods for starting a family garden with your kids this spring.

Why Garden With Your Kids?

Gardening is an easy and fun outdoor spring activity that gives kids and parents a free pass to play outside in the dirt. It’s also an excellent way to teach children about organic food, composting and where food comes from.

Plus, gardening can also serve as a great lesson about patience and delayed gratification!

Whether you’re a seasoned or amateur gardener, you’ll enjoy spending time outdoors with your family. You’ll get your hands dirty and create terrific memories, especially when you harvest the fruits of your labor.


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