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    ok thx for your thoughts ,i think ill leave them in the ground then , the soil was damp but there was no standing water or anything like that ,we had some rain yesterday but the weather looks good for the next week , ill keep you posted on how they are doing ,cheers
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    Mark_Riga is online now Rooter
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    I planted my onion sets out yesterday. The weather is quite warm and they are a bit underground so shouldn't come to any harm even if there is a hard frost. I plant out onions and garlic in the autumn most years and they always do ok. If we get a long cold spell I would just expect them to be a bit slow to get going.

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