The Regeneration Project began with a video I saw on Facebook of a woman who was regrowing Celery. I thought…I should try that. I eventually did and this page is dedicated to my experiment of regenerating food from food.
So the plants haven’t been that awesome in 2019 either. Bucket Gardening has only kind of worked. I’m down to these two plants on the Deck.
They are bigger now. I’m hoping very much for some yield this year. Well a better yield than last year anyway. It also looks like my free range pumpkin plants are doing okay. I spotted 3 of them that popped up. Wish me luck on their longevity!
Some of the plants are doing well. I’ve decided on Bucket Gardening this year. I’d like to see if this works out at all. I have a couple of plants I need to transplant into the buckets but the peas and Brussels sprouts are still doing well, lol.
It’s Spring 2019 and I’m starting over. Last year’s crop was kind of sucktactular. So I’m trying it again this year. You know, because life isn’t frustrating enough.
The Brussels Sprouts and Peas are coming in nicely. It’s probably because I don’t like the taste of either. I only planted them because they were part of a multipack of Seeds I purchased.
I’ve got Cherry Tomatoes and Beefsteak Tomatoes, as well as, cucumbers planted. I will see how these do because, of course I eat these, lol.
Next week I’m going to put some of these items in the ground. Wahoo!
The celery was fun but I wanted to branch out a little. I started a Pineapple 1.0 and a Garlic 1.0 and 2.0.
This broke into Celery 2.0. Celery 2.0 is still in a container with water. It’s roots are only beginning to sprout. I am going to leave this one in the water a little longer than I did Celery 1.0 after the roots come in strongly. Just to see how it does.
Below is my first attempt at regeneration. I call this Celery 1.0. First I grew it in water until it sprouted roots. I then transferred Celery 1.0 to a small container with enriched soil.