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Question: when do you sow onions?
Sorry but I have a question for you, I'm in Melbourne Australia and I'd like to know when sowing onions and turnip tops.
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Sow the onions: Answer: sow the onions
the sowing of onions depends on the type of onion and the method of sowing. There are many varieties of onion, some of which are recommended as onions to be consumed fresh, just picked, therefore also using the base of the head of leaves; these onions are sown in late summer or late winter, in Italy it is August September, or in February (around); therefore in Australia more or less in February-March, or in August. These onions are sown using properly the small dark seeds, less frequently the cloves produced by the bulbs of the previous year. There are also varieties of onions that are particularly suitable for being developed until the leaves dry out, so that some layers of dried onion appear, which look like paper, and so that the onions, once harvested, can be preserved for months. in a dark, cool and dry place. These onions are generally grown by planting the small bulbs born from the bulbs during the previous vegetative season, which are usually available in nurseries; these onions are cultivated between the end of winter and the beginning of spring, then in Italy in the months from January to April; in Australia in the months that go from about July to October. Even these onions can be sown, usually in late winter, but there are so many onions, of many different varieties; Serbian onions (that is, those that can be preserved for months) that are more typically sown using small dark seeds and not cloves, are the onions, like the Borettane ones, or the flat golden ones. As for turnip greens, they are nothing more than the tips of broccoli, or Sicilian broccoli; also in this case, there are dozens of varieties, which allow sowing for a long period of time, and above all, some varieties are ready for harvest in just 60 days, others have a slower development, and need 90 or 120 days before being collected. Typically broccoli are a vegetable indicated for a cool and mild climate; therefore in Italy they are sown in autumn, when the climate is fresh and humid, or in late winter. Generally the plants already developed do not fear the cold very much, but it is good that the young seedlings are already high when the frost arrives. You can sow the broccoletti directly at home, in postarelle kept at a distance of about 50-60 cm; or you can sow them in broad veins in late summer or in winter, in a seedbed, only the most beautiful and vigorous seedlings will find their place in the garden.