This year (2017) I am going to grow a Victory Garden as a little bit of an experiment to see if a. I can actually do it and b. to see if I can wind up buying less from the supermarket. Victory Gardens (or war gardens) were pioneered during World War I and World War […]
“I find tremendous satisfaction in working methodically through the garden, harvesting what’s ready, trimming away dead leaves and vines, weeding, amending, and watering. The more attention you give the garden, the better you both do,” writes Kranz.
Onions are wonderful because they give an easy sign that they are ready for harvest. The tops will start to yellow and flop over. Not just a little bit but entirely over at the neck of the onion plant. The image below shows onions that are not ready to be harvested yet.