Just because it’s Winter doesn’t mean you can’t keep gardening! Spring is just around the corner, and you can get a jump start on your garden by starting seeds indoors. Patti is trying out some Amaranth seeds this year, and she’s got some great tips to share about how to get them started, using a hot house, heating mat, and grow light for the very best results. For more information, check out www.GardenGrlTV.com and www.UrbanSustainableLiving.com.
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This is the first time I planted any onions. I am very happy with the 1015 variety of onions. They are big and flavorful. I think a key to growing big onions is to plant them shallow and to have loose soil so they don’t have to work hard to grow. I didn’t know how to string up onions. But with a quick search on YouTube I learned. I am very happy with the harvest and the stringing up of the onions. After all is said and done I harvested 26 lbs. of fresh, home grown 1015 onions. I gave about 5 lbs away. This bunch weighed in at 21 lbs. Were you close on your guess? Share what you thought they weighed and any thoughts in the comment box below. Thanks for watching.
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