Growing Winter Onions

onioninpot glasscuponionWe have onions that we can keep all winter and sometimes into the summer. They are extremely hardy and VERY strong tasting. I  planted one sprouting onion in an old honey container (you don’t need anything fancy) after letting it sit in a container of water and paper so that it won’t sit right in the water. This is actually a test because I have never done this before and I would like to start producing some of our own fresh vegetables in the winter. This seemed like that most natural thing to start with.

So far so good.

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