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Friday, February 18, 2011

Scallion Update

 Tuesday, this is what we had in our little scallion experiment.
Welcome to Friday morning!
Definitely give this one a try.
I'll be back in a bit with a real post. I just wanted to show off.

9 comments:

ourlifeinaclick.blogspot.com said...

That is so amazing!!!

Sherri B. said...

That is so cool! I bought two bunches to try, can hardly wait!

Jane @ The Borrowed Abode said...

What is this scallion experiment of which you speak? ANd how did I ever miss hearing about it?

Sarah @ The Ugly Duckling House said...

Wow, you weren't kidding that they grow fast! I've got to do this... oh wait, that means Scott might actually think I'm going to cook with them. Nevermind.

Chelsea said...

Wow! Those things grow fast!

~Chelsea

Life in Rehab said...

I'm in awe...it's like the Vegetable Olympics!

Victoria said...

I don't know if you tried that after my lengthy comment or if it was a coincidence, but hurray for having nice big scallions!! They look great!

I thought it would work with leeks too, since they seem to just be gigantic scallions, but that was just theory. I planted 2 leek tips many months ago, and one died. The other is still there, but your scallions are probably bigger in diameter. Disappointing, but maybe I'll try again somewhere else in the garden and leave more of the stalk out.

Also, if you get a clove of garlic that has a sprout coming out, you can plant that clove. It'll grow a bulb back with more cloves inside. Google "planting garlic clove."

I replanted a piece of ginger with a sprout coming off and it struggled to get through those little cold snaps we have. I believe the ginger will grow larger underground, but what's nice is that ginger plants look really pretty in the yard. I think some home/garden places even sell them as yard plants, not possibly edible ginger.

Have fun!

Michelle L. said...

Zoom zoom! Yum yum. You win the internet this week!!!

Bella said...

You know I love this girl, me with all my vegetable growing, lol. This is perfect. I will surely add this to my collection.

Hugs,

Bella :)