Wow, I love this. I have so far avoided pinterest as I do not need any more online distractions!!
Ah yes Ann, pinterest certainly is another distraction that I don't need either but occassionally you stumble across a little gem!
Would you look at that! Only problem is I like to eat the white bit best :-)
Yeah that would be a problem Bree! It goes a bit yucky but I don't think I changed the water enough and also the har they used was a lot shorter, like a jam jar!
Awesome! And so easy!
Wow, this is so cool! I love Pinterest way too much. :)
That's great to know! Awesome. :D
That's amazing! Is it leeks or spring onions?I saw a similar pin on Pinterest about growing celery from the stump, alas, it didn't work for me :-(
It's Spring Onions! Haven't seen the celery ones! Don't dispair I've had plenty of Pinterest fails trust me!!
Fantastic! I saw something similar with lettuce on Pinterest.
I'm trying this! Thanks!
That is so cool! A greta thing to do with the kids. I tried to grow an avo seed with not much luck, so maybe I'll try these. Gotta love pinterest!! xx
Is that spring onion? And why am I the ONLY one to ask this ? :) Em
haha...no Em you were not the only one! Yes it is spring onion, eventually the water goes a little funky, perhaps I didn't change it enough! But still saves a little bit of money and every little bit helps!
Wow i never thought to do that! i do it with mint all the time but never thought spring onions. good one. visiting from WW (didnt link just doing some visiting)
Thank you I am going to try this too.Great idea.