#21 Beet Greens
When you are eating beetroot, save its top. Because you can grow this nutritious beet green in your container garden. Place its cut-side down in a saucer or bowl filled with water in a spot in your house that receives bright, indirect sunlight. Within a week, beet greens will start to grow. You can also do this in soil.
#22 Sweet Potatoes
You can grow sweet potato in water from sweet potato, you can then transplant it into garden soil. Also, you can multiply sweet potato plant from its cuttings, just take 4-6 inches long cutting from a vigorous vine and make the bottom half part leafless. Dip the cut end in the rooting hormone and plant at the desired spot.
#23 Pointed Gourd
It starts with snipping a healthy section of pointed gourd plant, 5-7 inches in length, and putting it in a rich soil medium. Keep the soil moist, and the cuttings will grow roots in 2-3 weeks.
You can clone pepper plants from cuttings. Clip a 3-5 inches long healthy stem at a 45-degree angle just below the node. Remove all the lower leaves from the nodes and sprinkle some cinnamon on the cut end, the cinnamon powder will save the cutting from fungal infections. You can then plant the pepper cutting in seed starting mix or propagate it in water.