Scallions and green onions are virtually interchangeable. They both derive from the same onion family, making them both super simple to grow. The next time you buy a bunch at the grocery store, leave an inch or more of the white scallion attached to the roots. Place the ends in a straight sided jar or glass and submerge just the roots in water. The scallion greens should start growing again even just sitting on a counter.
When the greens are several inches high, transfer the scallions to a container filled with damp potting mix. The greens will continue to grow. To harvest, cut to the root line. That way, the scallions can grow repeatedly for stir fries and your next batch of scallion and cheddar biscuits.
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