Monthly Archives: March 2018

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Evergreen White Bunching Nebuka Onions

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Latin Name:

Type:
Growing
Zone:

Soil: fertile, well-drained soil; prefer pH 6.5, moderately acid sandy soil – with plenty of humus or muck soils.

Sun: Full sun

Companion Plants:

Height: 12-16″ tall

Planting: Plant after danger of last heavy frost.

“Southern gardeners should select Short Day varieties; Northern gardeners do best with Long Day varieties; gardeners in the middle of the country should select Intermediate Day […]

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American Flag Leek

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Latin Name: Allium ampeloprasum

Type: Biennial
Growing
Zone: 3-9

Soil: fertile and well-drained; thrive with lots of nitrogen and consistent soil moisture.  If possible, add compost to the leek bed the season prior to planting.

Sun: Full Sun

Companion Plants:

Height: 15″-20″

Planting: Plant at a depth of 1/4″. 6″ spacing; Start onion seeds February-March indoors.

“To produce a succulent white stem, leeks must be blanched — in other words, covered or […]

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Worm Bin

Compost Tea

Compost

Arugula/Roquette

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Latin Name: Eruca sativa

Type: Perennial

Growing
Zone:

Soil: “A neutral soil pH of 6.0 to 6.8. is best, but arugula will grow just about anywhere. Arugula is fast growing and a soil rich in organic matter will produce lots of leaves.” (Source)

Sun: Full sun in spring/fall (cool); partial shade in summer

Companion Plants: Bush beans, celery, carrots, nasturtium, mint, dill, […]