Despite being autumn, and having had a couple of ex tropical cyclones make themselves felt recently, it is still quite dry in the garden. It's just moist enough to start digging out the remains of the summer vegetable garden. I'm on a mission this Easter to put some semblance of order in place. I've been so slack I'm resorting to scavenging what I can for dinners as I hate having to buy supermarket vegetables.
One crop I harvested for the first time recently was my Egyptian Walking Onions, also known as Tree Onions. This is the first year I have grown them. I bought my original plants from Ginnys Herbs. I've been impressed by them particularly as they grew easily in some quite poor soil conditions, so I am going to save my entire crop and plant them throughout the food forest this year.