ISO Rhubarb and Walking Onions

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  1. Lauri

    Lauri Well-Known Member

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    I live in southern lower MI.
     
  2. FCLady

    FCLady Well-Known Member

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    I'll have walking onions very soon, tops are bulb-ing up now. How many do you want?
     

  3. Lauri

    Lauri Well-Known Member

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    Just a few, a small handful. A little bit!!!

    Just enough to get started.

    There is only me, so my end goal is not to have a huge bed of them.

    I am happy to pay. Let me know how you would like to do this.


    Thank you!
     
  4. FCLady

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    As soon as they are a little bigger, I'll let you know what postage is.
    Plant them when you get them. Let some go until next year because it's only the 2nd year ones that reproduce.
    If you only want a small bed. Keep after them. I have a tractor tire full. I pulled some and put them on my compost pile last fall. The ones that fell off the pile are growing EVERYWHERE. haha
     
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    Thank you for the growing advice. I will wait to hear from you!
     
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    If you have any extra, I would like a few, also!
     
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    PM your address to me and I'll let you know before I ship.
     
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    Sending out onions today... : )