Details of three parsnips (Latin Pastinaca Sativa) with shallow depth of field

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Details of three parsnips (Latin Pastinaca Sativa) with shallow depth of field

By Liz Baessler Growing vegetables from kitchen scraps: it’s an intriguing idea that you hear a lot about online. You only have to buy a vegetable once, and forever after you can just regrow it from its base. In the case of some vegetables, like celery, this is actually true. But what about parsnips? Do parsnips regrow after you’ve eaten them? Keep reading to learn more about growing parsnips from kitchen scraps. Can You Regrow Parsnips from Tops? Do parsnips regrow when you plant their tops? Sort of. That is to say, they will keep growing, but not in the way you might hope for. If planted, the tops will not grow a new whole parsnip root. They will, however, keep growing new leaves. Unfortunately, this isn’t particularly good news for eating. Depending upon whom you ask, parsnip greens range from poisonous to just not good tasting. Either way, there’s

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