Four days from seeding and the first Red Wing onions are popping up. A fine sight to see, the first new on-farm veggie greenery of the season! These guys will be transported to the new farm on Sunday… So many things going on at once—seed starting while moving the tiny farm—if you’re a fan of the slightly surreal (I am!), this is just great!
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I adore this photo- the green popping out against the soil- it’s almost like you can smell the dirt and spring, all together, at once.
I just checked mine and they are germinating as well. YEAH! Can’t wait to eat those delicious red onions next fall. MMMMM.
I must peeked too, here they come!
I have found that potato onions are very satisfactory. They are planted in the fall and also come up in the spring. They are a multiplier onion and are similar to shallots but much easier to grow. And when they are harvested there will be some smaller onions that are too small to use in the kitchen but they can be planted the following fall. It is almost like having a perpetual onion. They can be found at http://www.mainepotatolady.com or
Pretty little seeldings you’ve got there. It must be the season, I just posted pics of my broccoli and lettuce seedlings. Nothing like the first new life of spring! Kim
Aaaahhhhhhh! I’m allergic to onions – my enemy looks like it is going well on your farm – darn it! Thank goodness there is a big sea between us.
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