Onions are one of the easiest vegetables to regrow from scraps. Just cut off the root end of your onion, leaving a 1’2 inch of onion on the roots. Place it in a sunny location in your garden and cover the top with soil.

There is nothing like fresh veggies from your own personal garden! Obviously, we all know about the normal ways to grow plants – from seeds. But, did you know that there are at least 15 plants that you can easily re-grow from scraps? Plants, that will in turn, produce more food and save you money too!

All you need are the peelings or the roots cut off from your organic produce. So don’t toss these out!!

15 Foods That Can Be Regrown From Scraps

Some scraps, like spring onions, leeks, scallions, and fennel, are easy to grow in mason jars in your kitchen. All you need is the root end plus water to get started.

Some leafy greens, like romaine lettuce, celery, bok choy, & cabbage, are also able to regrow from their root.

You can also re-grow garlic in your garden from a single clove. If you plant garlic or onion cloves in the fall, they’ll push up green shoots in the spring. Leave a few behind buried deep in the soil at the end of each year, and they’ll flower, seed themselves and divide their own bulbs to create the next year’s crop.

And you can grow a brand new pineapple from the leafy top you’d otherwise toss away!

Don’t toss your potato peel either. Keep the pieces with good eyes, and it will sprout roots in a few days.

Learn how to re-grow all these foods and more:

15 Foods That Can Be Regrown From Scraps