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Description Position: full sunSoil: fertile, well-drained soilRate of growth: averageFlowering period: JulyHardiness: fully hardyLargespherical flowerheads made up of numerous star-shaped, deep violet flowers app... more

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Description Position: full sunSoil: any soilRate of growth: averageOther features: each pack includes growing instructionsHardiness: fully hardyThis is an improved Japanese variety that is ideal for planting ea... more

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Review of Onions

Excellent

Very easy to grow, very cheap if you grow your own

Some people just don't like the smell

..., which is a juvenile onion that has been started off from seed by a commercial grower then pulled out of the ground and stopped from growing any more when it gets to the size of a large marble. There are different advantages to both. Sets are more expensive than seed but can be planted out earlier in the year than seeds so you get a quicker harvest. However, my problem with sets is that they nearly...

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Review of Haywards Silverskin Onions

Super

“Onions”

published 17/08/2013

Tasty, crisp

None

...There's nothing like a gorgeous Ploughmans on a lovely sunny day and when I make mine I am always sure to include lots of lovely tasty pickled onions, my favourite being these Silverskin onions from Haywards. According to an article I read, Haywards have been experts in pickling since 1868 so they are definitely doing something right and these onion are really the best on the market in my opinion...

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Review of Onions

Excellent

“Onions.”

published 04/01/2006

Cheap and easy to store.

Can make you cry.

...recognisable onion smell. The smell comes from allicins (sulphur compounds) and fumes are given off if any part of the plant is damaged. These compound chemicals are what make you cry when handling onions, but they also give the distinctive taste that makes them so popular. Almost every country in the World grows onions in some form and, like many plants that have been known and used by so many cultures...

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