Spring onions mix well in many dishes, ranging from simple salads to omelettes and even butter. Gardeners usually cultivate them in fertile, drained soil, but they can also thrive elsewhere. People can grow them in water using nothing more than they might buy in a supermarket.
How to grow spring onions in water
Supermarkets sell spring onions with the bulbs and roots attached, which most people separate before cooking.
Budding gardeners should hang on to the
How to grow spring onions
se, however, as they can grow a whole new crop.
All they need is a glass of water and a little patience.
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The outer sheath (the green bit) will likely become slimy at some juncture.
When this happens, people need to peel off the outside leaves.
The onion’s roots will need to maintain a uniform length of around one inch, which may require trimming.
With these tips, people may never have to buy new spring onions.