Baby onions have grown in Israel’s Haifa garden to a whopping 5ft (2.2 metres) tall and have even been grown in the U.S. in states like New York, California and Illinois, reports Haaretz.
According to the Israeli newspaper, Haaretz, the onions were harvested by a farmer named Meir Cohen and then given to his friend to grow, which he did.
“It’s a miracle that they survived so long,” he said.
“My wife and I are happy that they are doing well.”
Cohen is one of the most well-known farmers in Haifa and he is known for producing some of the best onion varieties in Israel.
He also makes a lot of other onions and peppers, including some that are used in many traditional recipes.
“In the last 10 years we have grown about 10,000 pounds of onions and about 500,000 peppers, so we’ve been growing onions and tomatoes for 20 years,” Cohen told Haaretz’s Aliyah magazine.
“The plants that we grow in the garden are from the same variety that the people used to use.
It’s very healthy for the environment.”
It is a tradition for farmers to grow onions in their own gardens.
The idea is to keep them healthy by adding them to their diet and providing a nutritional boost to their own diet.
“It’s very important for the people in Haifay who have a special diet that the onions be grown in their gardens, because they have a very important role in their health,” said Rabbi Meir Eisen, a Haifa native.
“I’ve been doing this for 20 or 30 years.”
The onions, which are grown in a similar way to carrots, are grown under a bright, sunny sky in the Israeli city.
A huge canopy of plants covers the garden.
They are not picked because they are too hard to cut and, like carrots, they can grow up to 10ft (3.5 metres) long.
The onions are grown with the help of a system of lights that provides plenty of light.
The lettuce is grown in an artificial canopy, so that the lettuce doesn’t rot, and the tomatoes are grown inside a large greenhouse with a cooling tower.
In Israel, onions and other green vegetables are considered an essential food staple.
The country produces about 15 million tonnes of onions a year and about 1.5 billion tonnes of vegetables, according to the Ministry of Agriculture.
But there are a number of other crops that are grown without onions.
The most popular is cabbage.
It has been growing in Israel for about 150 years and the Israeli authorities recently introduced a scheme that will allow farmers to raise cabbage in their fields without onions for a certain period of time.
It is thought that this is a form of resistance to a policy to remove the seeds of the potato, which was introduced by the British to replace the old wheat, from the diet of the Jewish people.
Cabbage is also grown without a wide variety of other vegetables such as cauliflower and kale.
“In Haifa there are lots of people who grow tomatoes and other vegetables without onions, so I think that’s a sign of resistance,” said Eisen.