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Q.Transplanting onions

Zone UK | walrus added on June 28, 2012 | Answered

Earlier this year (March I think) I turned over a sparse patch of grass. Didn’t put compost or anything down but planted some onion sets as an experiment. They seem to grow OK but the leaves are a bit spindly and floppy. However, I have recently acquired a plot on the local allotment, which has wonderful soil. Can I transplant the onions into my plot???
Thanks in advance

p. s. I live in the Manchester area of the U. K.

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Answered on June 28, 2012

You can, but just make sure to do so carefully and ensure they get plenty of water.

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