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    Grow Spring Onions Indoors

    How to grow Spring Onions Indoors - Use the Spring Onions in a recipe like you would normally ( leave about 2 inches of stem) do BUT do not throw away the blubs. Put these in a small jar with water covering up the roots and that is it! The onion will keep on growing back simply clip what you need. Leave the onions where it will get some natural light.


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    Awesome tip py! Does it need any fertilizer?

    Unrelated, but chives are incredibly easy to grow too. Mine already have seed head blooms on them. They are so prolific, it's amazing! They just keep coming back year after year, and even 'wintered over' this last winter.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Judee View Post
    Awesome tip py! Does it need any fertilizer?

    Unrelated, but chives are incredibly easy to grow too. Mine already have seed head blooms on them. They are so prolific, it's amazing! They just keep coming back year after year, and even 'wintered over' this last winter.
    no fertilizer, just keep the water clean...

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    This is great...thanks!

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