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Old February 25, 2019   #1
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Default A few container veggie pics!

As long as we're talking containers.......Yellow Granex (Vidalia) onions from sets, Yellow Granex started from seed, pineapple, lettuce, collapsed Creole that overwintered, and this years Big Beef, Stupice, and Creole, hardening off, about to go into their permanent larger containers.
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Old February 25, 2019   #2
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NICE!! (I'm extremely jealous...)
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Old February 25, 2019   #3
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Looks great ed! Do the onions bulb up pretty well there, or is this a first year for those?
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Thanks. Yes, we grew some Bermudas last year and they bulbed up great. Still a couple months out yet for the onions.
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Thanks, maybe I'll try some in a bucket next season.
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Dug up a couple of pics of last years onions. They stored well, but we ended up tossing some, just couldn't eat them all. They were also a bit too hot for our liking, hence this year's Yellow Granex.
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