Growing Organic Carrot Tops in Water

  1. Cut the top from organic store bought carrots. You will need one inch (see picture).
  2. Place carrot stump and balance it on top of a small container. 
  3. Fill the glass with water up to and barely touching the bottom edge of the stump. Set the glass in a light, but not sunny window. 
  4. Add water to keep it touching the edge and watch the roots sprout. Change water daily.
  5. Once carrot stump sprouts roots, plant in soil.
Store bought organic carrots



    Cut 1 inch carrot stump
    source: http://3.bp.blogspot.com

    Plant in soil
    Enjoy om nom nom RAMBO APPROVES
    About these ads

    9 thoughts on “Growing Organic Carrot Tops in Water

    1. kate

      hi – i've come to know your buns through instagram, which was a huge reason for us looking to adopt a soulmate for our 5 year old female spayed lionhead (we are both professional adults and own our own home, and have had our bun since she was a baby). we are scheduled to go meet a couple of spayed girls at an adoption agency tomorrow and do a meet and greet with our bunny to see her reaction. i am starting to get cold feet! looking at rambo and eddy, i know our bunny's life will be much more fulfilling with a friend, but i am hesitant and worried about the bonding process (and most importantly, what if we fail). i need some encouraging words (of wisdom) from you! i didn't see an email address and figured it'd be easier to get your attention here than on instagram. your encouragement is greatly appreciated!

      Reply
    2. Jannet Guevara

      This is the best my bunny ( Mr. Nibbles ) enjoys this is so much.. I love thisy parents have a garden and gave me a little section just for my bunny.. I am so thankful that he love! Thankss for the idea! LOVE UR INSTAGRAM ACOUNT!!

      Reply
    3. Bunny Mama

      Hi Kate :) sorry for the late reply. That's wonderful that you are thinking of adopting a friend for your bunny. Hopemevrything went well. Please keep sue posted. Xoxo Eddy & Rams

      Reply
    4. manda panda

      Kate, I had similar feelings to yours when adopting my second bun. this was a year ago, and I don't regret getting the second one at all. I love then both dearly! I can share my story and experience if you'd like

      Reply
    5. .

      Hi! I'm currently growing carrot tops for my bun Hill and is wondering if I can snip off the tops when they are ready to be fed as treats and they will continue growing or would I have to grow from a new carrot stump? Thanks in advance (;

      Reply

    Leave a Reply

    Fill in your details below or click an icon to log in:

    WordPress.com Logo

    You are commenting using your WordPress.com account. Log Out / Change )

    Twitter picture

    You are commenting using your Twitter account. Log Out / Change )

    Facebook photo

    You are commenting using your Facebook account. Log Out / Change )

    Google+ photo

    You are commenting using your Google+ account. Log Out / Change )

    Connecting to %s