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thanks for the link



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Bought some organic onions last night and going to try this again.
Thanks for the link.



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What a great site. So many interesting articles..... I will bookmark it for easy future reference.....

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I haven't done this, I do, however buy a few bunches and stick them in the ground. It keeps them fresh and they keep growing that way as well

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Thank you for this!
I had tried this a couple times before and also to regrow romaine and small heads of lettuce. I have had no luck with them.
I did find that with romaine you need to cut a cross cut slit in the stem part of what's left over and it grew about one inch and then died and my lettuce head didn't work.
As far as the onions, they developed mold. Not sure what went wrong?
I have tried replanting them in organic soil though - and that worked great and they grew fast.
Thank you again for this -- Will give it a go again and try to make it work - maybe figure out what went wrong.




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This is from the Creative Homemaking site by Rachel Paxton...
I have to try this...

www.creativehomemaking.com/garden/green-on
ions.shtml



How to Re-Grow Green Onions
by Rachel Paxton

Did you know that you can actually re-grow green onions? You are not going to believe this until you try it for yourself. Hopefully my photos will make you a believer! I first saw this idea here. I had to give it a try myself.

The next time you buy green onions, cut the green part off the onions, and use them for cooking or in your salad. ....

Continue reading by using the link above...


Edited by: GEMINI-SKY at: 10/28/2013 (07:15)
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