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Original message (posted by priscus)
Some spring onions which I had missed: they had formed VERY small bulbs, but no white stem, (Variety=White Lisbon)had gone dormant and lost all their growth over the summer, and the recent dry spell. The bulbs small enough to have virtually disappeared among the vegetative dross on the soil surface.

Now, following the rains, they are sprouting green growth once again.

I do not know if they are likely to survive over Winter, or if they will produce anything worth eating, either prior to, or after the Winter period.

Let me know, please, if you have been able to harvest White Lisbon, when grown on for a second season like this.
 
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