HOW TO GROW ANYTHING IN YOUR GARDEN FROM SCRATCH
In this video I show you how to become a professional gardener using these tricks. You can grow any plant from seed, or you can propagate some trees using their leaves.
You can grow a pine tree by soaking a pinecone in water. Then, you place it in some soil, spray it with water, and then grow a plant out of it.
You can take some aloe vera leaves, place them in hydrogel, and wait for a few days until they grow roots. After that, plant them in soil and voila.
To grow a raspberry plant, take the seeds out of a mashed raspberry, place them in some wet soil, and then cover them up with some more soil. Water frequently and soon you’ll have delicious berries to eat.
You can do the same with dragon fruit. Cut it in half and mash it up in a glass filled with water. The healthy seeds will float on top. After that, take them with a pair of tweezers plant them in soil and you’re all set.
You can also make a mini-greenhouse using plastic egg cartons.
0:58 – How to grow a dragon fruit
3:11 – How to regrow roses
5:16 – How to grow garlic
6:40 – How to grow carrots
8:48 – How to regrow peanuts
10:48 – Brilliant way to grow bell peppers
12:10 – How to regrow corn
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