From Joy Beeson@21:1/5 to All on Wed Feb 15 00:08:55 2023
I just inspected my winter onions, which are suppoed to start
producing in late February or early March, and found them developed
enough that if I'd been the whole winter without fresh vegetables, I'd
have dug some up.
But I don't have so many clumps that I want to harvest them so small,
and I have eight large store-bought onions that are threatening to
Reminds me of a fellow who pooh-pooed the idea of perennial vegetables
in a subsistence garden because "it takes radishes only three weeks."