7 Veggies You Can Easily Reproduce At Home

Vegetables are very good for our health and it should be a part of our daily diet. The cost of veggies is increasing with time. It is expensive to buy vegetables from the market. Growing veggies at home is an easy option that helps in avoiding buying it and spending your money. There are many vegetables that can be reproduced at home in a simple way. Roots or seeds of a plant are needed for doing this. Thus, a new plant can be grown very easily at home. It will be a delight to eat home-grown veggies in daily meals. We will tell you about some vegetables that you can grow new without any effort.

Following Are The 7 Veggies You Can Easily Reproduce At Home:

1. Tomatoes, Peppers, Eggplants:

Tomatoes and peppers are tender vegetables that can be easily reproduced. Sow seeds of these veggies in small sized pots or containers and keep on a windowsill that receives a lot of sunlight. You can also use window boxes for these plants. One other option is to use hanging baskets for pendent tomatoes. In the same way, you can also grow eggplants at home.

Tomatoes, Peppers, Eggplants

2. Lettuce, Cabbage, Bok Choy:

Lettuce and cabbage can be easily grown in water at home. For this, fill a bowl or vessel with water. Add the base of lettuce or cabbage to the bowl and shift to a sunny area of the house. Do not fill too much water. The bowl should have shallow water. Sprinkle water on the leaves at frequent intervals. When roots and leaves start growing, you can shift the vegetable to soil in the garden. Like this, you can grow bok choy also.

Lettuce, Cabbage, Bok Choy


3. Lemongrass:

Lemongrass is very useful for cooking special dishes and it can be reproduced at home easily. For this, take roots of used lemongrass and put it in water filled in a glass. Besides this, you can also use jar or bowl made of glass for this purpose. Cover with a lid and place under natural sunlight. There be will slight growth from the root after seven days. Transplant the lemongrass young plant in the garden in the soil or use a pot for this.



4. Round Radishes, Carrots:

Round radishes do not have very deep roots and they are ideal for growing and reproducing indoors. Boxes and troughs are the best options for containers for these veggies. Sow seeds of round radishes in boxes or you can use pans also for this purpose. Sow the seeds in the boxes in late winter. The vegetable will be ready for use within twenty-one days. You can also grow carrots like this.


5. Bean Sprouts:

It is easy to grow bean sprouts from mung beans. For this, dip mung beans in water in a bowl and leave aside at night to rest. Next morning, remove the water. Wash the beans. Put it in a bowl or vessel. Cover with a cloth or towel. Wash the beans again after one day. Leave aside and sprouts will come in the next day. Wash and over the beans for one or two days till sprouts come.


Bean Sprouts

6. French Beans, Peas:

French beans and peas grow on creepers or vines as they are climbing plants and it is easy to grow them indoors in pots in very little space. Sow the seeds of these vegetables in small pots or cane wigwams in a sunny area inside the house. The plants of these juice and tender veggies also serve as decorative houseplants apart from giving you food to eat.


French Beans, Peas

7. Ginger:

Ginger needs indirect sunlight for growing well. Cut ginger roots into pieces. Put it in a pot indoors or outdoors in the garden in the soil. For cooking purposes, just take out the ginger from the soil and use it in food. Replant the extra ginger that remains behind.