Regrow Celery at Home from Scraps – No Garden Needed

Celery is not only a delicious addition to recipes, but it’s also a vegetable that can be easily regrown from scraps in the comfort of your own home. Whether you consider yourself a skilled gardener or not, regrowing celery is a simple and rewarding process that requires minimal effort and resources. In this guide, we’ll take you through the step-by-step process of regrowing celery from scraps, using water and soil, all within containers.

What You’ll Need:
Fresh Celery: Purchase a bunch of celery with healthy, crisp stalks from your local grocery store or farmer’s market.
Containers: Choose containers with drainage holes for both the water and soil stages. These could be glass jars, plastic containers, or any recycled vessel that can hold water.
Water: Use clean, room temperature water for the initial regrowth stage.
Potting Mix: Opt for a well-draining potting mix for the soil stage.
Sunlight: Find a sunny spot in your home where the celery can receive adequate sunlight.
Step 1: Harvesting and Preparing Celery Scraps
Cut the Celery: Trim the celery stalks, leaving about 2 inches from the base. This is where the regrowth will occur.

Remove Outer Layers: Peel away any outer layers that may hinder the regrowth process.

Step 2: Water Regrowth