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

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04 Jun 09 Dawn (Australia - temperate climate)
Jared - My spring onions are still seedlings so I bought some from the shop. I looked for roots that were not dried out. I planted them 1inch into the ground and they have been growing new shoots for over a month! When I need some I either cut off a green stem for garnish or pull it out of the ground to cook with. Better than in a cup of water for 1 week!
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