Ok, this is real, I'm not belittling the guy that asked about spring
My advice to him would be to refrigerate them as long as he could before
planting. I have wild spring onions and they sprout in mid-winter, then
throw a lot of little clove type thingies at their tops along with
blooms that then make new spring onions every year. They are only
edible until those stalks start developing new ones, then they lose
Right now, I have a large grocery store onion in the room temp. veggie
basket next to my stove sprouting a large stalk. This is a yellow onion
(probably Vidalia) about 4 inches in diameter. The stalk is about 8"
tall right now.
I'm in Central Texas near Austin. I'm debating potting this onion just
for grins, or making it the next "must use" onion in the the next meal I
require fresh onion in.
What would _you_
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