About two weeks ago I planted my onions. Currently I have about 200 onion starts growing under the light. I bought the seeds through the Territorial Seed Company. Here are the two types I decided on this year:Ruby Ring Hybrid Sweet Spanish Onion (red onion)
Milestone Hybrid Sweet Onion
I am not sure why I chose two sweet onions...but I do remember choosing them for their storage longevity. I would really love to not buy onions ever again.
Next up: Garlic
Last fall I planted 50 garlic bulbs...and all 50 are sprouting. Love it! But even better, while I was working in the garden a couple of days ago (when we had the most beautiful day I have ever seen in February) I found a bunch more garlic growing. I must have left some garlic behind last year. I dug them up, separated the starts and replanted them...bringing my total up to 73 cloves of garlic growing in my yard. If it all grows, every family member will be getting a garlic braid next Christmas!
I filled the planter, by the front door, with double ruffled primroses. It was the perfect way to celebrate a sunny, blue sky day in February (and the fact that I was able to take a vacation day from work and putter in my yard instead).