How To Grow Walking Onions

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If you love perennial vegetables in your garden like asparagus, for example then you are going to enjoy this post. We have covered growing sprouted onions before, but this one is a little different. So sit down, get comfortable let us take a look at how to grow walking onions.

According to Wikipedia they are known by many different names tree onions, topsetting onions, walking onions, or Egyptian onions. They produce a hot onion, so if you like sweet onions these may not be for you. You can enjoy them in three ways, the bulb below the ground is usually bigger, then the top has smaller bulblets and the stems are great as chives. Plant them once, and they keep re-sprouting every spring.

How To Grow Walking Onions

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The best way to plant these walking onions is from the bulblets, you can get some from a friend or buy them online and plant these in a sunny area in your garden. They grow well, in most of the zones, including in winter in the warmer climates. When early spring arrives, they start to sprout and the stalks begin to grow.

By late Summer or early Fall, they are ready for harvest. You can use a pitch fork to get to the bulbs under the ground. The bublets are a lot spicier, you can cook these however always remember to replant some of them, to grow your own onion patch.

You can get more information on the Oak Hill Homestead blog, here…

How To Grow Walking Onions

You can watch the video below on growing walking onions in your garden…


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