First of all, let me begin this post with an apology. I saw the idea for keeping green onions alive on your windowsill from someone’s blog and I don’t remember who. If it’s you, please leave a comment!
The idea is that if you trim off the green part of the onions and use them in your recipe and then place the white part with the roots in a little glass of water, the stalks will grow back. They do! I had used these green onions and when I placed them in the glass, they were about the height of the juice glass, within a day they started growing and within a week or two, they were ready to use again!! It’s like perpetual green onions.
Does anyone know if I put them in a little pot of dirt, will they do the same thing? I’m also thinking about planting some in my herb bed and treating them like I do my chives, just cutting them down when I need to use them.
Again, thanks to whomever I borrowed this idea from!