Onions are a cold-season crop, easy to grow because of their hardiness. Here’s how to grow an endless supply of onions in your garden!
Typically, onions are planted early in the spring and harvested in the fall after their tops begin to die back. In the southern U.S., some onion varieties can be planting in the fall.
We recommend using onion sets, which can be planted without worry of frost damage and have a higher success rate than direct seed or transplants.