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Growing Spring onions, also Scallions, Bunching onions, Welsh onion

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06 Oct 13 Vicky (Australia - sub-tropical climate)
Spring onions that I grew from seeds resemble toothpicks for almost 2-3 months through winter. They usually "thicken up" when the weather warms up and I find after I cut the leaves (and use in my cooking), the new leaves get thicker (as thick as the one you buy) and they keep coming back.
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