I'd love to have onions that size - mine are still more like scalions than anything else :(for eggplants i'd say the deep green is aswad and lighter one is ping tung
Both of them have flowers and even some that have been pollinated and bulbing up. It'll be only a week or so now to find out! :) No worries here. We are still happy to have 7lbs of useful onion between the tops and bulbs.
Turns out the deep green one is the Ping Tung and the white ones are the fat Aswad. :D Let me tell you, they are pretty!
The onions look great. My husband grows onions commercially for seed...they are finicky...so I think you've done a great job!
Thank you Kindly, Lynda. That must be a very large field of onions. With a biennial crop, you must work on a half planted new, half from last year rotation. I'm partial to the Dr.Seuss looking onion flowers. Although one wouldn't want to make a perfume from them!
Your garden is so much prettier than mine! Someday I will have the motivation to build raised/contained beds.....I know it would be easier in the long run! Beautiful job!
I think it's fantastic that you grew onions from seed. I've tried this but have had no success so far.