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Old 06-20-2008, 02:02 PM   #1
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Join Date: Jun 2008
Location: Alaska
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Wild Garlic and Onions

I have a fascination for wild onions/garlics indigenous to North America and planted Crow Garlic(allium canadense) and Nodding Onion(Allium cernuum). The crow garlic took off very well but the Nodding Onion did not sprout at all. I am not too familar with agricultural zones but I am wondering: can I germinate my remaining seeds indoor and transplant them outside or is it too late? I am in Alaska so I hope I still have time to do this.

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