These onions are 'backing up' out of the soil, and they are nowhere near harvesting size! The largest is perhaps an inch in diameter.
They are not 'pearl' onions, but sweet visalia onions...
And again, we have nice, soft, sandy soil..also--all the tops are laid over; do onions need to be staked???
Have you had a meteor strike in your garden? Perhaps a radioactive one? Have aliens dusted your garden with U235 and the onions grew little feet to push them up with?
Sorry, Dzy - couldn't resist. But you don't want my help - my thumb is as black as the Ace of Spades and it kills any plant (except a weed) just to see it.
Very funny! And most original, I must say. Could it be, by chance, that old 'Purple People Eater?'
Maybe you would want to call your local county extension office/agent for their advice. if it is an unusual phenomena or if it is normal because of certain conditions let us know.
by Rebecca Long 7 months ago
What are you planting in your garden this year?I've got lots of seeds left over from last year. I have several types of tomato to choose from, peas, greens, peppers, cucumbers, watermelons, squash. Just wondered what others were planting.
by Liz Elias 4 years ago
I have zero idea how this happened! If I still lived in Pacifica, I'd understand it completely. There, we had such miserable, rocky soil that I could've gone into business selling ballast for ships!! I even had a carrot come up once that was 3-pronged, with a rock in the...
by xmetow 9 years ago
What is your favorite food?
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