How to Grow Scallions or Green Onions Indoors
Recently on our channel we talked about the benefits of scallion. Have you watched this video? No?! Then, click here to learn more!
And that's why in today's video, you will learn how to plant scallion to always have it on hand, even if you live in an apartment.
Did you know that you don't need too much space to cultivate scallions? Just a small vase on your window is more than enough to have scallion all year long! Amazing, isn't it?
If you want to learn how to start a kitchen garden, watch this video where we teach you some tips that can be very useful.
Now, let’s get to the point:
This seasoning grows in vases and planters, with either seeds or seedlings; however, the easiest way of growing scallions is through seedlings.
Either way you choose to start, do it during spring, which is the best time to plant scallions.
You can buy seedlings in plant markets, or even ask someone who also grows scallions. If you can't find seedlings anywhere, try getting scallion seeds.
Did you know that the more exuberant your seedling, the better it will grow?
To cultivate scallions, you will need a place with sunlight. If you choose to grow it indoors, be sure to place the scallion next to a window so it can get at least six hours of sunlight.
After three months, your scallion will be ready to be harvested. To do so, just cut the leaves, and make sure to leave a space of two inches from the roots, so it can grow back.
Scallion leaves grow fast and can be cut many times. If you plant it at home, share your experience with us.
Now you can add this delicious green seasoning to your preparations. Add it after turning off the heat and just before serving, to ensure that its taste and nutritional value will be maintained.
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