To enjoy good health you should be careful of what you eat, so that you can keep all kinds of diseases and infections at bay. Therefore, you should increase the intake of fruits and vegetables. 

However, the only problem you may have is the fact that they easily go bad. One of the solutions you should consider to solve this problem is to grow your own vegetables.

In the text that follows you will find out what kinds of veggies you can re-grow easily:

1. Asparagus

You can enjoy the products of this early spring vegetable for 25 years. It is smarter to plant crowns, since seeds need more time to reach maturity. To prevent its rot, make sure you don’t overwater your asparagus.

2. Garlic

Garlic is one of the healthiest food items usually added to soups, salads, stews and pastas. A single clove of garlic can produce more than ten cloves. Put the sprouts into a water-filled glass and place it either outside or near a window, providing the weather is warm.

Once the sprouts grow several inches in height, plant them in a large pot using a soil of high quality. Within a couple of days you will notice the first leaves. When they fall out or turn brown, harvest the garlic.

3. Carrots

Use carrot tops to re-grow carrots and soak them in a bowl with water. They require a lot of sunlight, so keep them near a window. The new carrots may have a bitter taste, but if you combine them with garlic and vinegar they can be very delicious.

4. Bok Choy

Use the root ends and soak them in water. Keep the plant in a sunny spot. After a few weeks plant it into a pot and soon you will notice new Bok Choy growing out.

5. Romaine lettuce

Soak the bottom of the lettuce head into a glass half inch filled with water. Plant the vegetable once you notice new leaves and roots are coming out.

You can re-grow cabbages in the very same way.

6. Scallions

Put the scallion roots into a glass of water and place it on a windowsill. You will see new scallions growing out soon enough. Pick them when they are 6 inches long.

7. Celery

Cut off the bottoms of the celery and soak them either in a saucer or in a shallow bowl. Plant the celery three days after you notice the first leaves.

8. Cilantro

Soak cilantro stems in water and plant them only when they are long enough. Put the pot in an area with adequate light and within a few months you will notice the new plants.

9. Basil

Take 3-inch basil clippings and soak them into a glass of water. Make sure they get enough sunlight and plant them when the roots reach 2 inches length. You should water this plant regularly.

10. Globe artichoke

This plant should be harvested only if its flower crown is perfectly purple. You need to provide enough sunlight, drainage system and moist soil for its growth.

Make sure you plant the artichokes about 36 inches apart and provide 2 inches of compost as well.

Use a fertilizer that is high in nitrogen content and harvest this plant in autumn and in spring. You should pick only those buds that have long stalks.

By following this gardening tips you can provide an endless supply of veggies throughout the whole year.