I thought I’d follow up on our bunching onion dialogue on May 21, 2016 @ 1:22 pm," Asparagus and other wild edibles" in the Off topic section. The frost is well out of the ground so I rototilled today. I was in Heaven! I also checked my bunching onion patch. It’s doing very well as you can see.
Looks like new growth. Note my new strawberry patch with soaker hose at top of pic.
This is the following Spring and the clumps are showing signs of growth and division.
A bigger clump waking up.
Note how every onion has divided into separate little clumps. The clumps grow into bunches of large scallion size onions. Leave some in the ground and you will always have “some” onions. Maybe not slicers, but thankfully you’ll have onions. My Hungarian grandfather told me, " Ricky If you eat an onion every day, you’ll never get sick". I must say I eat raw onions almost every day.
Crushed in a wood splitter freak accident. It was live with an unbendable, get caught on everything break every other week kinda pinkie or lop it off. The only thing I miss is not being able to clean my left ear