Organic Bunching Onion Garden Seeds
- Latin Name: Allium fistulosum
- Other Names: Welsh Onion, Bunching Onion, Long Green Onion, Japanese Bunching Onion, Spring Onion
- Days to Maturity: 56-120 days
- Hardiness Zone: 3-9
- Planting Depth: ¼”
- Plant Spacing: 3”
- Row Spacing: 12”
- Growth Habit: Upright
- Soil Preference: Average Soil
- Temp Preference: Cool, Warm
- Light Preference: Full Sun
- Pests/diseases: Fungal Diseases, Wireworms, Nematodes, Onion Fly
- Color: Green
- Flavor: Mild, onion, crisp
Bunching Onion Organic Seed Growth Habits:
Allium Fistulosum or Welsh Onions grow in bunches. They typically are planted in spring or fall and prefer cool and warm temperatures. They thrive in average soil. A typical mature height for these onions is approximately 12 inches. The alliums do not produce a bulb. At full size, bunching onions will have long and slender white stalks. Bunching onions can be harvested prior to being fully grown like a chive as well. Many gardeners find success with welsh onions year-round which means you can have a steady green onion harvest.
Various Uses for Bunching Onions
Our organic evergreen bunching onions are great to use in the kitchen. They are non- GMO and can be cooked or eaten raw. Many people love to top soups, chilis and stir fry dishes with these onions. They have a deliciously mild taste, and they don’t have to worry about crying when you chop these onions. In the garden, they are great border plants because they often ward off pests.
Organic Bunching Onion Seed Benefits:
It is believed in Chinese cultures that Allium Fistulosum has medicinal benefits. Some of the benefits include: helping metabolism, fighting colds, and strengthening the cardiovascular system.
Robust, strong flavor for a non-bulging onion that is slow to seed. Ideal for spring or fall planting.