It’s been a great year for onions in the raised bed. These started as tiny seeds in early spring. Having a few green onions when you need them is the best. Then the rest of the bunch doesn’t get slimy in the refrigerator after you paid 10 cents a piece. The onions that don’t get picked as green onions, grow up to be regular white onions. Dry them in the sun for a few days and store in a dark, cool place. They last forever.