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Walking Onions Invaded My Bug-Out!

Walking Onions, also known as “Tree Onions” or “Topsetters,” may be the toughest plants in the garden.  The picture above was taken in Oklahoma, where 12 original bulbs survived the heat and lack of water of the last few summers to take over a raised bed and part of the yard.


If planted in the fall, these onions are hardy through the winter and produce topsets of bulbs the next year.  These bulbs can be harvested and eaten, or they will fall over and start to root (hence the term “walking.”)  The green shoots can be eaten like ordinary green onions and taste great when filled with cream cheese or in other recipes.

Read the rest of the article from TheSurvivalMom here.


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