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Fresh Clips: Growing Anise and Mustard from Kitchen Scraps

Grow anise and mustard plants from leftover spices.

Use your mustard seed harvest to make condiments.
Photo by JohnnyMad
Anise, or aniseseed, tastes similar to fennel, and is not the same as star anise (Illicium verum).
Photo by luchezar
The book "Don't Throw It, Grow It" explores multiple ways you can have fun with fruits, nuts, herbs and spices by growing these vigorous housplants from kitchen scraps.
Photo courtesy Storey Publishing

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