Added by on 2015-08-02

Onions are an easy vegetable to grow. Phil Dudman the Garden Guru shows you how to plant and grow onions. http://phildudman.com/ This video describes growing onions from sets rather than seeds. Video Rating: / 5 Learn the basics of high altitude vegetable gardening with Susie Nothnagel from Summit Landscaping in Breckenridge, Colorado. Susie talks about what you can grow in Summit County including seeds and transplants for vegetables and herbs. She also discusses seed/plant spacing, harvesting, and general garden maintenance (i.e. watering, mulching, and weeding). Check out http://summitgardennetwork.org/ for more information. Related PostsVegetable Gardening : How to Grow Large Sweet OnionsVegetable Gardening: Growing Edible Ginger – How to grow gingerVegetable Gardening: Growing Zucchini / Courgette: How to GrowContainer Gardening: Growing Carrots in Flower Boxes and Onions in Seed Trays – TRG 2015Vegetable Garden – Harvesting OnionsHarvesting Onions, Potatoes, Garlic, Shallots, Tomatoes in the Organic Vegetable Garden

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20 Comments

  • Michael Graham 2 years ago

    bit of a dud?

  • Irische Frau 2 years ago

    i find wild scallions all over the place but i never considered eating them. mostly because of the threat of pesticide. i dont know what goes on, landscape wise, when coming across one?

  • Garden Sheds Kent 2 years ago

    What fertilizer did you mix to your soil? How long does it takes to get onions become mature? I found it very easy to manage onions and I am grateful for your beneficial advice. This might help whenever I want to grow this kind of crop.

  • Garden Sheds Kent 2 years ago

    What fertilizer did you mix to your soil? How long does it takes to get onions become mature? I found it very easy to manage onions and I am grateful for your beneficial advice. This might help whenever I want to grow this kind of crop.

  • wilhd123 2 years ago

    i'm growing an onions for fun in just water it's sitting in a plastic tray near a window where it lives off the water i've also used no dirt only water and the roots have grown good but the leaves are yellowing can somebody give me some tips on this??

  • A. F. Smith 2 years ago

    Wow nice garden. Do you sell your harvest for a living? Thanks for the vid!

  • Darren Halsey 2 years ago

    thumbs up . this guy knows what hes talking about

  • Geekella 2 years ago

    this is so informative! thanks!!

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  • Jiageng Chang 2 years ago

    hi Phil Dudman, u smiled tooooo much in the video !!!! HAHA LOL

  • Elesha Madden 2 years ago

    does the lime bother the worms?

  • DC180 2 years ago

    I always thought you had to have them upright as much as possible. thanks will try this.

  • jason kulesza 2 years ago

    I have never grown anything in my life and was planning on doing it, cuz I guess i lacked motivation, but this guy is oozing motivation to Get in your garden lol

  • Another Amateur 2 years ago

    Very nice. I've used onion sets and seeds but not the fresh onions. In all the years I've tried to grow bulb onions I think I only managed to harvest a handful. They bolt early for me and fail to form a bulb. And usually my sweet corn tassels out about knee high year after year. I get great crops of elephant garlic, chayote, tomatoes, and others but onions and corn are my challenge.

  • Carroll49 2 years ago

    Great vid and all the info required. Excellent.

  • Joline Anderson 2 years ago

    me too lol.. i didnt knw we had to seperate them haha

  • SEO.com 2 years ago

    Why doesn't my corn grow well in a grow box like yours???

  • Count Andre' 2 years ago

    Good stuff GG

  • fun2cook 2 years ago

    Nice demo. Thanks.

  • ducktapedude43 2 years ago

    ooops i planted mine in a whole thing D: