How many times can you transplant green onions?
I've got some trays of green onions (indoors under grow lights) that are sprouting like green hair! Very nice to have, this early in our season. At present, they're in the house but ultimate options will be to let them grow to harvestable size either in the greenhouse or out in the garden - or a bit of both.
The greenhouse is a new element in our gardening reality (put it up last spring). It's small, hence soil space is limited. When the little onion starts get to be maybe matchstick-thickness, I may want to put them into one of the greenhouse beds - there's still 20" of snow on the garden beds here. But after a few weeks, I may need the space for something else.
Can I then AGAIN transplant the green onions? Or would this be too hard on them?
Don't know that it would make any difference, but the onions are Ishikura variety (and described as non-bulbing 'spring onions').