How to Propagate Vegetables

You'll never need seeds again.

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Find out how to propagate veggies and never buy seeds again.

Don't throw away those onion and celery tips! Instead, grow new produce from their bulbs. Watch the video above to see how to start a new garden from used veggies.

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