Saturday, August 29, 2015

Fun Experiment to Grow Green Onions (Part II)

Having experiment to grow green onion is really fun. My goal is to be able to grow its flower since I never see it with my own eyes, then I want to know what's going on after the blooming period. You will see these pictures and videos below as the results of my experiment.

The most interesting fact is I did not use any additional fertilizer. I only used the regular soil I had before from my old pots and watered them with rice water (I wash the rice before cook it and I always use the rice water to water my plants). Do you know why? I will share my own interesting story in the end of this post. So, please stay tuned for the next post (part III).

Green onion flower

The flower contents seeds that can grow the new generations.

Harvesting seeds and seperating the tiny green onions growing from the seeds.

If you miss the part I of this post, you can visit this link: Fun Experiment to Grow Green Onions (Part I)

To be continued

Allium sativum Woodwill 1793.jpg
Allium sativum[1]
Scientific classification e
Kingdom: Plantae
Clade: Angiosperms
Clade: Monocots
Order: Asparagales
Family: Amaryllidaceae
Subfamily: Allioideae
Genus: Allium
Type species
Allium sativum

Source: Wikipedia

About the author: Fida Abbott has interest in landscaping, gardening, and cooking besides singing and writing. She is a graduate of University of Pembangunan Nasional, Surabaya, Indonesia, in Bachelor Degree of Agriculture, 1988-1993. Recently she has writing projects and is pursuing her tax school in intermediate level.

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