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    Did you know you only have to buy onions once to have fresh onions for years? Here's a simple frugal tip for dirt cheap Onions

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    Question, will these make bulbs or just leaves? either way have to try this. already got pineapples and avocados growing this way.

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    How long does it take to grow a new one?

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    GREAT idea!!!!! I am going to get another pot for indoors!

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    This is awesome! I can't wait to try it.

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    Never thought of that! I am missing out on such good stuff.

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    fantastic idea! We use a LOT of onions.

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    Must try this...can't believe I've been missing out on something so easy!

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    Awesome idea will have to try this!

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    Very interesting! So the onion will grow green sprouts out of the top and regrow a full onion at the bottom? I am willing to try!

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    I am definitely going to do this with the next batch of onions I use. I like growing my own veggies anyway, and now I can try the different types of onions and see how well they grow. Thanks!

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    Great tip! Seems like onions that i buy don't keep very well. Going to try this!

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    I'm wondering about the onions you buy in the store, they don't have a stalk attached? So can it still grow, by just cutting the top of the onion where the "stalk" used to be and burying it in soil?

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    This is the smartest thing I have seen in awhile. Going to try in pot when I get home.

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    Quote Originally Posted by jyankey21 View Post
    I'm wondering about the onions you buy in the store, they don't have a stalk attached? So can it still grow, by just cutting the top of the onion where the "stalk" used to be and burying it in soil?
    I think you do the root part, not the stalk part from what I am gathering..

 

 

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