Saturday, May 2, 2015

Here is part four of my onion movie - how to grow killer onions - hardening off and transplanting into the garden

We spent all day yesterday in the garden.  I finally transplanted my onions that I started from seeds on Valentine's Day and made a movie about it.

I know some of you have been following my instructions and have been waiting eagerly for more.  So here's the next installment: hardening off your plants and transplanting them into the garden with my awesome method (swishing roots in water bucket).  Watch here:

Onion Movie Part Four

If you missed the other parts, you can catch them here:

Part One - how to start onions from seed

Part Two - what to do once the seeds germinate

Part Three - how to fertilize and give them a haircut

Enjoy, and let me know how your onions are doing!  Feel free to post a picture of them on my Facebook page so we can admire them!

4 comments:

  1. I am so jealous of your soil. I have to get out of here. I am never going to feel fulfilled until I can get some good dirt. I have to garden in horse tanks because our soil is impossible heavy clay. I call it pulverized rock. Working on it....

    I never saw that technique of putting the seedlings in water to separate them out. I'm going to do that with my vietnamese hot peppers and my japanese bell peppers. Thanks!

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    1. I have worked on my soil over a decade. I make a lot of compost from the goats' manure and bedding!

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    2. Well, you are an inspiration!

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  2. P.S. I have been using your soap and have fallen in love with it. While it hasn't eliminated my dry skin it sure is softening when I use it. Such high quality. I'm telling all my friends!

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