You can regrow your celery! It's easy, fast, and oh, so cheap. This is our happy little celery plant this morning, sitting in the sun. Here's a quick step-by-step on how to make this happen.
First, start with the base of your celery, leaving about two inches of stalks from the base. The base of the plant is where your roots spring from. Find a glass container (this is a votive holder) small enough to fit the whole base in snuggly. The glass will hold the celery up, suspended in the water you will put in, like so:
|3rd day in water|
This is 7 days later, and the roots can be seen coming down from the base.
Being satisfied with the healthy roots, it was time to plant this little experiment. The plant was put in a pot, hoping to keep the celery growing, cutting as we needed. And hopefully, it will keep growing through the cold season. Wouldn't that be nice?
Here is a healthy, happy celery regrow.