Onion Welsh Bunching
Genus & Species: Allium cepa
Out of stock
Heritage Status: OS
Bio-Region of Origin: Northland: Hawkes Bay
Quantity: 25 seeds
Description: Welsh Bunching onions are like huge spring onions that just keep on growing and multiplying. They can be harvested all winter. We use the whole stem, the green part as well as the white part, and chop them up in all our cooking dishes instead of bulbing onions, as well as raw in salads. They have outstanding flavour. We dig them up and divide them once a year to keep them at their best.
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Planting Instructions: Scatter sow into seed trays in early Spring and feed well after germination until they reach 10cm height. Transplant into garden, trimming both roots and tops at 10cm diagonal spacings or in a row 10cm apart. After 1 year of growth they can be planted at 30cm diagaonal spacings