Instead of visiting plant nurseries for procuring seeds and saplings for your garden, you can use your kitchen scraps to grow vegetables in your yard. Vegetables that come with their roots intact such as spring onion, leeks, fennel and scallions can be easily re-grown. Place the stalk of common vegetables such as lettuce, bok choy or celery in a container filled with water in a sunny area of your kitchen to meet your daily supply of these common leafy vegetables. You can also grow common root vegetables such as ginger and potato in your backyard. Appropriate care and basic knowledge of gardening are all that you need to grow vegetables from kitchen scraps. For more, visit the following link.