Growing Onion

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30 Nov 21 marco (Australia - tropical climate)
hi i live on the gold coast qld .i have planted onion .rossa lunga di firenze .in late october ,early november .they are there and havent done much .we have had lots of rain here and the onions have thickened up quite a bit .i have thrown more seeds in a tray and i will plant them to see how they grow out .i might be too early yet i will let u know how it pans out !!
07 Dec 21 Anonymous (Australia - sub-tropical climate)
You are sub-tropical. Click that in SET YOUR CLIMATE ZONE. Then go to onion. You basically plant onions in autumn early winter.
22 Dec 21 marco (Australia - temperate climate)
yes you are right my onions thickened up with all the rain .yet they stalled in growth again .new seed seeded yet they are thin as well .like u said wrong time of year to grow .i will keep them in the ground to see what happens .(my first year of growing onions)
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