texasrockgarden wrote: Just finished trimming off the dry onion tops. They were pulled around the middle of May (I forgot to write it on the calendar) and spread out on the ground in the area of the barn that is covered, but open air.
Now they are ready to go under the cabin to be stored on baby bed springs that are suspended from the floor joists. The cabin is on pier and beam with skirting all around making for shade and good air flow.
The picture shows them in a trough used for mixing concrete.
I planted three bunches of the Short Day Sampler (Texas 1015Y (yellow), Contessa, and Hybrid Southern Belle Red) from Dixon Dale Farms in Carrizo Springs. This was a good way to go for me. Will probably do it again next year.