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ONION - Spring (Bunching)

ONION - Spring (Bunching)

OP Open Pollinated
HL Heirloom

(200 seeds)

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The easiest way to enjoy onions all year round

Because spring onions don’t form bulbs, they can be sown at almost any time of the year. They form long, pale stems and fresh leaves Read More

Because spring onions don’t form bulbs, they can be sown at almost any time of the year. They form long, pale stems and fresh leaves that are wonderful in salads and stir fries. As perennials, they will form offsets over time, forming a bunch of stems and foliage. They are extremely pest and disease resistant.

To increase germination, this seed lot has been treated with an anti fungicide agent (Thiram).

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Days to Harvest

100-120 days

Position/Sunlight

Full Sun

Watering

Medium

Plant Spacing

10cm

Plant Height

40-60cm

Additional Features

Cool Season, Direct-Sow Seeds, Easy Care Plants, Edible, Heirloom

  • Product Details

    Common Name: ONION - Spring (Bunching)

    Seeds Per Packet: Approx 200

    Days to Harvest: 100-120 days

    Watering: Medium

    Plant Spacing: 10cm

    Row Spacing: 30cm

    Companion Plants: Beets, Cabbage, Carrots, Lettuce

    Additional Features: Cool Season, Direct-Sow Seeds, Easy Care Plants, Edible, Heirloom

    Scientific Name: Allium fistulosum

    Germination Time: 7-10 days

    Position/Sunlight: Full Sun

    Plant Height: 40-60cm

    Cool/Mountain Sow: Feb-Sep

    Arid Sow: Feb-Jun

    Temperate Sow: Feb-May

    Sub-Tropical Sow: Feb-Jun

    Tropical Sow: Feb-May

  • Growing Information

    How to Sow

    Onion seeds germinate easily provided they are not planted too deeply, so sow thinly to limit the need for thinning when planting direct. Cover with fine soil or potting medium to a maximum depth of 5mm and keep moist. Germination is faster at warmer temperatures, but soil temperatures of 5 degrees are not too cold.

    How to Harvest

    You can harvest green onions as soon as the bulbs have swollen. However, the best time is after the tops have flopped over and browned off. Lift your onion bulbs, shake off excess soil, and either eat immediately or leave to cure in a well-ventilated place. When the necks are dry, cut off the old leaves and store in mesh bags.

  • Reviews

    15 reviews For ONION - Spring (Bunching)

    Customer Reviews

    Based on 15 reviews
    80%
    (12)
    7%
    (1)
    7%
    (1)
    7%
    (1)
    0%
    (0)
    K
    Kyle Stephens

    High and fast germination

    C
    Christine McBean

    this review has no content

    H
    Heath Hartman

    this review has no content

    J
    Julie C.

    They sent up little hair like shoots pretty quickly, but when we moved them into the raised covered garden bed, they started to look like spring onions.

    D
    Dennis P.

    Many uses

How to Sow

Onion seeds germinate easily provided they are not planted too deeply, so sow thinly to limit the need for thinning when planting direct. Cover with fine soil or potting medium to a maximum depth of 5mm and keep moist. Germination is faster at warmer temperatures, but soil temperatures of 5 degrees are not too cold.

How to Harvest

You can harvest green onions as soon as the bulbs have swollen. However, the best time is after the tops have flopped over and browned off. Lift your onion bulbs, shake off excess soil, and either eat immediately or leave to cure in a well-ventilated place. When the necks are dry, cut off the old leaves and store in mesh bags.

Common Name: ONION - Spring (Bunching)

Seeds Per Packet: Approx 200

Days to Harvest: 100-120 days

Watering: Medium

Plant Spacing: 10cm

Row Spacing: 30cm

Companion Plants: Beets, Cabbage, Carrots, Lettuce

Additional Features: Cool Season, Direct-Sow Seeds, Easy Care Plants, Edible, Heirloom

Scientific Name: Allium fistulosum

Germination Time: 7-10 days

Position/Sunlight: Full Sun

Plant Height: 40-60cm

Cool/Mountain Sow: Feb-Sep

Arid Sow: Feb-Jun

Temperate Sow: Feb-May

Sub-Tropical Sow: Feb-Jun

Tropical Sow: Feb-May

15 reviews For ONION - Spring (Bunching)

Customer Reviews

Based on 15 reviews
80%
(12)
7%
(1)
7%
(1)
7%
(1)
0%
(0)
K
Kyle Stephens

High and fast germination

C
Christine McBean

this review has no content

H
Heath Hartman

this review has no content

J
Julie C.

They sent up little hair like shoots pretty quickly, but when we moved them into the raised covered garden bed, they started to look like spring onions.

D
Dennis P.

Many uses

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