How to regrow carrots from scraps

How to regrow carrots from scraps

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Carrots are part of the parsley family, which also includes dill, fennel, parsnip, celery, and coriander. If you allowed the carrots to flower, they'd have flat-topped flower heads made of many separate flowers on short stems that cluster together. This type of flower is called umbel. If you turn the flower heads upside-down, they look like umbrellas. In the case of carrots, you won't be regrowing the root portion of it, but instead, the leafy greens that you can enjoy in salads, braised with garlic, or in soups. That's because carrots are biennial root vegetables that only produce taproots in the first year of growth. When you buy them, they are already in their second year, so there is no chance to regrow the root portion. If these roots had…
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