The pictures here show the stages of growing butternut squash seeds I pulled from a regular grocery store squash just recently. I saved just 12 seeds and started them in an egg carton in the kitchen just to see what might grow.
11 out of the 12 seeds sprouted and grew, which is a really good success rate! CONTACT Eugene Garden Design to learn the details – like which growing medium and seed starting nutrient I used for germinating these – and talk with me about starting a garden in your home from what you can grow from kitchen scraps just like this!
Many fruits and vegetables bought in the grocery store can be regrown, or their seeds sprouted and grown, with just a little know-how, effort and patience. If you want to learn more about this, CONTACT Eugene Garden Design.