Winter “Garden” Harvest

The seed catalogs are pouring in and it’s time to start planning our garden for next year. I’m getting the itch to start a few lettuce seeds already, although it’s probably too early. However, we are growing onions in the kitchen!
Pinterest clued me in on this little tip… Did you know you can grow green onions from the grocery store after you use them up? Just throw your root ends in some water until they get going and then transplant them to soil.

Here they are the morning after I used them in our egg rolls:
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Two days later, look how much they’ve grown!
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Adelaide is not impressed… she just wants her milk.
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Remember the cool dragon craft I mentioned on Monday?
We made him yesterday and think he turned out ferocious!
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One Response to “Winter “Garden” Harvest”

  1. brownbirdgreenstring Says:

    Brilliant tip for the green onions, I think I’ll give it a go!

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