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5 Foods You Can Grow From Leftovers: celery, green onion, ginger root, garlic, sweet potatoes

Onions can be grown easily either indoors in containers or outdoors. It helps in growth of fruit trees, nightshades (tomatoes, peppers, potatoes), brassicas, carrots and repels slugs, aphids, carrot fly, cabbage worms. They should not be planted along with beans, peas and parsley.You can harvest onions at any stage. The plants you thin from a row can be used as green onions. However, they are ready when about ½ the tops have fallen over and the bulbs’ skins have a papery feel.

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Growing Onions Vertically On The Windowsill

How to Grow Spring Onions Indoors from a Bottle

9 Tricks for Growing Onions- "it’s always a good idea to grow onions in their own bed away from other plants. That way the onions will get the curing time to dry. But if you plant onions among other plants that need water, you can rot the onions. "

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Using Red Pepper to Protect Tomato Plants

helpful hints for tomato growing - use a red pepper plant as a companion plant

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Grow Onions from Discarded Onion Bottoms

How to grow Green Onion from discarded Onion Bottoms... I can always use green onions in my kitchen!!