A garden from you grocery shopping

Discussion in 'Planting, growing, nurturing Plants' started by Michaelangelica, Sep 3, 2012.

  1. Michaelangelica

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    Yes, I do it all the time! They generally do get sprayed with a retardant that keeps them from sprouting sooner, but it won't stop them.
    Had one come up in a compost pile from a peeling this year, it produced a fist sized tater!
     
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    I've still got a washing basket of sprouting chokos on the back verandah. If you'd like something to try your training skills on, let me know and I'll post you one (I'm sure there is a relevant AusPost dangerous goods declaration).
    Danielle
     
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    Planting fruits and vegetables that came from your grocery store is a good idea. One is you can set-up your own vegetation and garden at a very low cost, and when the harvest season comes, you can pick them and use them for your dishes or home decorations.
     

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