Peeked into the Wendy house to see how the experimental onions from seed were going. Leeks aren’t doing too bad either.
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What’s your secret with the onions? I can never get mine to the growing stage except now and then. What am I doing wrong???
Thanks for the post,
Mine are all experimental, Steve. Most of my onions are planted as sets. These seedlings were sown two months ago on a window sill before being moved to the greenhouse
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