I planted yellow and white onions this year from sets and they're doing well. So sorry that I didn't plant red. This is my first year, so I'm anxious to put a few to the taste test. They've gotten larger than I expected. It seems the secret is to keep the weeds away, looks like I have some work to do, but allow the bulbs to set above ground and continue to grow. I've learned that some gardeners cut the tops back to 3 - 4 inches to steady them from strong winds and to keep them from blocking the bulbs of other onions. Do you cut your onion tops back?
My mini white belle peppers have emerged and look great. Can't white to taste these babies with a few sausages this week-end along with a few of my onions. What type of onions do you grow? Let us know how you store them?