5 Vegetables You Can Regrow Again At Home

Veggies have a lot of health benefits. Wouldn't it be nice if you don't just buy them at markets and just regrow them at the comfort of your home? Here is a list of vegetables you can regrow at home:


Garlic is a plant that has small sections called cloves. It has a strong smell and taste which is used in flavoring food. You can regrow this into more cloves from a piece of clove. Here's how:
  • Save a clove and do not feel it making its skin stay
  • Wait for the clove to sprout
  • Once it has sprouted, place it in a cup of water 
  • Put the cup outside or in a window sill
  • Replant the sprouts (once it reach some inches) in a large pot with fertile soil
  • Leaves will appear in a few days but pick the garlic when the leaves turn brown or if it fell already


Celery is a European herb with leafstalks eaten raw or cooked. Regrow this plant (using the bottom part of the celery) with these easy steps:
  • Cut off the base part and put in a bowl
  • The bowl is then placed under direct sunlight
  • Once leaves appear, replant it in a healthy soil
  • This time it is put in place with little sunlight exposure

Basil is an herb with a sweet smell which is usually used in cooking. You can replant this by:
Putting 3-4 inches of basil clippings with stems in a glass of water
  • The glass is then exposed to direct sunlight
  • Plant it in a pot of soil once you see two inches of root
  • Water it regularly


Carrot is a long orange root plant which can be eaten as a vegetable. When replanted, it might taste bitter that is why vinegar and garlic can be used to make them sweet when added to salads. You can replant these by:
  • Placing them on a plate or dish with water
  • Put the dish in a well-lit room or in the window sill

Asparagus is a plant with long green stems and tiny leaves at one end that is cooked and eaten as a vegetable. It is one of most commonly known vegetable which can be in fact keep on producing up to 25 years. You can replant this by:
  • Use the crowns since the seeds grow slower
  • Simply put it in a pot with a healthy soil
  • Water it regularly