What the Craft: Regrowing Green Onions (Scallions)

Lately I’ve been getting into gardening and since my apartment doesn’t have much space, I do lots of windowsill planting. It’s good I get good sunlight at my place!

I found out that you can actually regrow different vegetables like celery, garlic sprouts, carrot greens, just to name a few. Scallions or green onions are one of the easiest vegetables to regrow and they make great garnishes. It’s quick, easy, and managable. This is a quick DIY gardening project I’m sure you’ll like and redo over again.

This DIY gardening project shouldn’t take you longer than 2 minutes to do.

What you’ll need:

  • Store bought green onions (scallions)
  • A container to put it in
  • Knife
  • Water
  • Time and love
Step 1.
Grab your container and fill it with an inch of water into a container. I used a mason jar for this and it turned out nicely.

Step 2.

Cut the ends of the scallions and make sure to leave an inch or 2 inches.

Step 3.

Place it by some light, like your windowsill.

Step 4.

Make sure to change out the water everday and in a couple days you’ll see how it grows like crazy!

I was surprised how fast the roots grew so moving it to soil is not a bad idea.

How big did your green onions grow? Were you able to harvest plenty of green onions?

Let me know how this DIY gardening project worked out for you. Happy gardening!

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