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Post  csmith on 4/25/2011, 10:31 pm

Hi: I had a variety of multiplier onion many years ago that was hardy all year and produced a cluster of red spring onions all year except during the worst weather in NW. Georgia. I am looking to find these again and also yellow and red varieties of potato onions. So far my searches locally and online have been dismal. Does anyone have stock, seeds or know where I can get either reasonably priced now? The economy has forced me to start over and gardening is an intergal part of my recovery. I have Mels original volume and used its techniques and wide row gardening to grow a phenomenal amount of food before I worked seven days a week and 8 to 12 hour days forcing me to stop gardening. Please advise. Charles Smith meerrden@comcast.net


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Post  csmith on 4/25/2011, 10:52 pm

Thanks. That leaves the reds and the spring type reds to be found.


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