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chris_harper

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i have a package of "evergreen long white bunching" onion seeds, burpee brand. robust italian variety garlic sets, 5 bulbs. one package of "super sweet" onions, 60 bulbs.
 

pigcicles

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Man Chris, if you go at this gardening like you did smoking, you're gonna need a tractor.
Good Luck this year with the garden. Keep us posted.

Keep Smokin
 

chris_harper

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lmao, naw. my brother has a 6hp rear-tine tiller. i will pick by hand. i will not get carried away with the garden. my wife doesn't eat alot of veggies, and y'all know i eat very few.
 

deejaydebi

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Chris -

you ca buy galic from the grocery store, peel it, stick it in water and when the green slaks come out plant it.
 

smokyokie

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That's my understanding. I've not had much luck with garlic though.

Chris, I'll bet you start eating more veggies when you start growing your own. They just all seem to taste better.

Those bunching onions will keep producing for years if they're the type I'm thinking of. Don't forget the pix. We need a before and after.

Tim
 

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We start our onions and garlic in the fall. They are much like a tulip, the bulb doesn't go dormant in he winter.
 

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