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Posted by JenPeteFL 9B (My Page) on
Wed, Sep 7, 11 at 11:22

I have a long but shallow planter, maybe only 4 inches deep, that I've successfully grown radishes and spinach from seed in. I was wondering if it's deep enough to grow Scallions (Evergreen Long White Bunching)in? What depth do Scallions require as they mature?


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RE: Scallions

I believe they should be about two inches deep and then mulched over well. You would probably get more detalied/experienced advice over in the Allium forum though.

Good luck:)

RE: Scallions

Thanks Howelbama. I debated between the two forums. I'll try to there too.

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