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  • Mia Pokriefka

    I did this with green onions the other night. I honestly wasn't expecting it to work. The next morning, however, I was pleasantly surprised. There was almost an inch growth. Can't wait to try out the other suggestions.

    • Vlad Vilenski

      Mia, glad to hear that you find this article useful. Honestly I don't plan to try this at my humble kitchen at the moment. But, I do remember doing similar stuff with my parents when I was a little boy.

      • Mia Pokriefka

        speaking from green onion experience, it takes up no room at all and has been super simple to take care of.

        • Vlad Vilenski

          Ok maybe I will give it a try :)

            • Mia Pokriefka

              quick update- good news: green onions are looking fabulous and are ready to eat. bad news: I made an attempt at keeping a basil plant alive, however, I failed miserably. How is going on your end??