No garden, no worries! You can still grow fruit from seed and veg from scraps you would normally throw away!
Reduce waste, save money, build self-sufficiency with this guide to growing food from scraps
Want to take your commitment to local foods to the next level? Look no further than your own trash can or compost bin. While many people think of food scraps—such as carrot tops, onion bottoms, and the tips of romaine hearts or pineapples—as waste (or future fertiliser), these items can be enjoyed all over again. Reduce waste, save money, and build self-sufficiency with this handy guide to growing real food from scraps. The first video is all about juicy fruit, the second video (after the infographic) covers vitamin-packed vegetables.
25 Foods You Can Re-Grow Yourself from Kitchen Scraps
Food is expensive. If you do the grocery shopping for your household, you know that this is one of the highest costs related to your home and family. While it may be unlikely that you can completely eliminate your grocery bill, you can grow certain foods yourself. And, you can grow them from scraps that you would normally throw away. Here's how...