Onions have a reputation for being difficult to grow, but, with a little practice, most gardeners can do it successfully. They can be planted as seeds, as transplants (small seedling onions that have just sprouted), or as “sets” – small onion bulbs that are about to begin their second, final year of growth.
As with any cultivation task, however, there are things to avoid doing for best results, which is why, in this Epic Gardening video, host Kevin Espiritu gives us his take on onion-growing no-nos.
Drawing on his own experience, Espiritu identifies the two factors that stymied his onion-growing efforts in the past: growing the wrong types and planting at the wrong times.
Learn more about growing onions, here.
View the original video here.
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