Cindy Skillman wrote:I have a plant that grows on the hill that I nearly tried a taste of for an onion. I looked it up first, though. Here’s a link. https://naturespoisons.com/2014/11/14/dont-eat-the-death-camas-or-death-anything/ Others who didn’t have a book of local plants didn’t fare as well as I did. They still pop up once in a while, but I pull them whenever I see them. They are apparently widespread.
Nicole Alderman wrote:just buy some bunching onions at the store and plant them! I find it easier than growing from seed, and so far all the organic bunching onions I've bought from the grocery store have been perennial.