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Article: Ornamental Onions Part 2 - the Fall Planted/Spring Blooming Types: Allium seeds

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fredgeorge
Mount Hood Parkdale, OR

August 23, 2010
8:16 AM

Post #8057050

How do you develope allium bulbs from seed ?
Fred paige
6750 Hess Road
Mt. Hood Oregon 97041
541-352-7670
paiges@hrecn.net
Todd_Boland
St. John's, NL
(Zone 5b)



August 29, 2010
4:00 PM

Post #8069225

Plant the seeds in the fall, they should sprout like grass in the spring. Leave them in the pot until they either go dormant (if spring-blooming types) or wait until late summer them plant them out in the garden. They will produce small bulbs the first season which will mature to reach blooming size in 2-4 years.

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