All the onions, garlic, bunching onions, and shallots are harvested. The onions were the last to be pulled up. There are about 300 bulbs so I pulled half of them one day, the rest the next. The first group was dry enough today that I could cut off the leaves to finish the drying down process. There is still a large pile left on clean hay where they will dry another day or two.
I’m happy with this year’s onion harvest. The bulbs are large, firm, and with no serious insect damage. Along with the other alliums they will find their way into many savory recipes like tonight’s meal of carrots, root chicory, garlic, and onions simmered in olive oil.