This distinctive perennial onion - often called tree onion - has clusters of aerial bulblets, called bulbils, at the tip of the leaves. The bulbils are edible and are also used for propagating new plants. The plants also produce edible, bunching-type onions at the base of the leaves in the soil.
Purdue Extension is starting a program that will provide training and resources on "rainscaping" practices used in residential gardens or small-scale public spaces to reduce pollution from runoff.
Six grant writing workshops are being offered in Indiana to help potential applicants understand, develop and submit their federal grant applications for the Farmers Market and Local Food Promotion Program.
Although sometimes referred to as clover, the shamrock is not a "true" clover but more typically one of several species of Oxalis.