Post by clumsythumbs on May 20, 2019 12:06:13 GMT -5
I am not sure where, but I am almost certain I have seen some threads about this. If you cannot find in this Fruit and Veg forum, maybe look through the General forum? I know I have read about a certain type of onions (bunching onions?) people have grown or tried. I know people have grown garlic scapes and green onions here...
I think the hard part with onions is they are a bulb, so hard to grown in the pod set up? I am sure others will chime in!
Roots can go right into the water w/o a sponge. I did that for my transplanted spearment plants this week in the Slim and they have adapted well... (although they are not bulbs.
For already bulbed plants you can always cut a sponge and sandwich the roots in between the 2 halves in the basket, or plant it like you would a narcissus bulb and just let the bulb sit on top of the hole (or the empty basket). I grow bulbs this way for flowers and am guessing it could be done with what you have in mind. Experiment and see what happens!