Onion Seeds - Evergreen White Bunching Nebuka
Plant them first in planting trays (redwood box, old cat box, whatever) and then transplant them to the garden when they are about 1/2 the size of a pencil. In this way you can eliminate weed competition that always happens when you plant such a tiny seed. It also makes them very easy to use as a border planting. Many pest do not like onions and may not cross the border. So not only do you save space, but you create natural barriers.
Texas A&M says...
"They are cold resistant and can be grown during winter. They will not bulb and are harvested as needed, using both the root and the tops."
- Seeds Per Package:
- 1 g - Approximately 300 Seeds
- 1 oz - Approximately 8,400 Seeds
- 1/4 lb - Approximately 33,600 Seeds
- 1 lb - Approximately 134,400 Seeds
- 5 lb - Approximately 672,000 Seeds