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HAVE: Tohono O'odham I'itoi's Onions

Posted by neohippie 8b (My Page) on
Tue, Jul 20, 10 at 14:08

I got 10 bulbs of these multiplier onions last year from Native Seeds/SEARCH, and boy are they prolific! Each one turned into a great big clump of onions. They would probably be best as scallions because the mature bulbs are very small, about the size of garlic cloves.
They were grown by Native Americans in Arizona. I planted them last August and they grew throughout the winter. The tops died back in May when it started to get hot. I dug them up then, but you could probably leave them in the ground to let them re-grow in the same spot.

I will send you 10 bulbs either in exchange for something on my trade list or for a SASBE. Just send me a GW message.


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RE: HAVE: Tohono O'odham I'itoi's Onions

I would love some bulbs of Tohono O'odham I'itoi's Onions for a SASBE if you still have some.


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