Ginger can grow on its own if you replant it in potting soil. Make sure you choose rhizomes with green buds, they will have a better chance of growing. You can also exhume the root, cut some pieces to replant later if you wish.
Simply cut the lemongrass stalks into longer or shorter pieces, place them in water and wait for the roots to grow. After that, place them in the earth and watch them flourish.
You can grow a pineapple from its “crown” but it takes about three years. It takes a lot of patience and pamper the shoot. To do this you must cut the leaves, soak in water and then plant in soil once roots have started to grow.
8. The carrot tops
The ends of the carrots, put them in a dish with a little water. Put the dish in front of a well-lit window and you’ll have carrot tops to use as a garnish or salad.
9. The basil
10. The Chinese cabbage
The Chinese cabbage can be regrown by placing the end of the root in the water in a well-lit place. In a week or two, you can transplant it into a pot with soil and grow a complete cabbage.
You can push back indefinitely:
11. The onions
Plant the end of the root in a pot or directly into the soil outside to repel it. You can harvest early and get fresh green onions or wait until the bulb is fully grown.
Like basil, coriander can produce roots if the stems are placed in a glass of water. Once the roots are long enough, plant them only in a pot. In a few weeks, new branches will have grown, and in a few months you will have a whole plant.
13. The mushrooms
Plant mushrooms in the soil with compost or used ground coffee and leave them in a damp place, preferably where it will be cool at night. They can be difficult to grow, and in a few days the stems will either start to develop new heads or rot.