Spring onions are hardy plants. Once established, they’re drought tolerant, snail resistant, and they grow back after a decent trim.
It always baffles me whenever I see spring onion seedlings at a nursery. Why do people pay money for seedlings when they can get spring onion plants for free? Whenever I bring home a bunch of spring onions from the grocer, the first thing I do is chop off the ends and use these to propagate new plants. Continue reading