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Stuck an onion and some dirt in a can last week...

Flexymorals 7 Feb 8
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I should start using this method. With Garlic I take and plant the individual cloves and they take. I plant garlic in the fall and they grow during the winter.


To continue that onion's growth you're going to have to transplant to a wider pot with looser soil...and drainage. Go for it!


You know, I can't grow onions for shit! Oh, i can stick them in the dirt and i can get nice, tall green leaves(?) but when it is all said and done, what I pull out of the ground is not significantly different than what I put in. I finally gave up.

DotLewis Level 7 Feb 8, 2019

I have the same problem, so I just chop the leaves and let it go at that.


Something lives !

Fernapple Level 8 Feb 8, 2019

Gardener gotta grow...



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