Dont throw it grow it 68 windowsill plants from kitchen scraps june 25 2009 by heather jones i have to admit that when my husband and i first bought our home a few years back the last thing on my mind was gardening. It says 68 windowsill plants from kitchen scraps i thought it was going to be about things like sprouting new onions from the roots you cut off but most of it is stuff more like buy a carrot stick it in water and it will sprout roots and leaves well dough theres really not much about using scraps i guess its a great book for folks who have always lived in a big city and dont . Dont throw out your kitchen scraps grow them discover how you can transform leftover pomegranate seeds mango pits and dried bits of gingerroot into thriving plants from the common carrot to the exotic cherimoya youll be amazed at the gardening possibilities hidden in the foods you eat. Dont throw it grow it offers growing instructions for 68 plants in four broad categories vegetables fruits and nuts herbs and spices and more exotic plants from ethnic markets the book is enhanced with beautiful illustrations and its at a glance format makes it a quick and easy reference best of all every featured plant can be grown in a kitchen making this handy guide a must . Don t throw out your kitchen scraps grow them discover how you can transform leftover pomegranate seeds mango pits and dried bits of gingerroot into thriving plants with clear illustrations and step by step instructions this innovative guide shows you how to cultivate 68 common shoots seeds pits roots and tubers that might otherwise end up in the compost bin from the common carrot to
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