A-Photo-A-Day: Growing Green Onions.

Growing green onions in a glass of water in the window. I can cut off greens whenever I need them, and believe me they grow faster than I can keep up with them! Free is nice. Two notes, change water 1-2 times a week. Every 4-6 weeks take each onion out and remove the slimy outer layer. Put back in fresh water.

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Filed under DIY, From the Garden, Photo Series, Vegetables, Vegetarian

4 responses to “A-Photo-A-Day: Growing Green Onions.

  1. Wow, I need to try this! I never have them when I need them.

  2. sweetopiagirl

    Reblogged this on inspiredweightloss.

  3. I need to do this! We go through so many green onions in a week.

  4. They grow fast, but if you use a lot, I would recommend doing a whole bunch of them. I just did three because it is just me and the hubs, but you can do a whole cup of them! I have just been cutting of the biggest green when I need it! You can use the whole thing, just keep the root end and put it back in the water, it will grow into a whole green onion (not sure how long…haven’t tried that yet!).

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