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Old Mon, May-29-23, 07:51
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Default Perpetual Green Onions

...or at least 4 or 5 times.

Leave the bulb end with a little bit of green. Put it in a glass of water in a sunny window. They grow FAST.

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Old Sat, Jun-03-23, 20:33
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Good tip! I donít use greeen onions very often but next time I do, Iíll have to remember this.
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They make terrific " cut and come again' in the garden, too. Lasts the entire growing season.
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I started out doing them in water in the kitchen window, but they tended to stink up my kitchen. I plant them direct into dirt and they keep on giving month after month, no smell. When they start getting skinny/skimpy at the end of TX hot summers, I buy another bunch at the store and plant those in the dirt right beside the old ones. I rarely have to buy green onions now.

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