Spring onion Seeds

Sow salad onions in drills as close as 10cm apart in well prepared, weed-free soil. Seeds can be 2-3cm apart in the row with no need to thin. For a very early crop seeds can be started indoors in January. Salad onions can be sown throughout the growing season. For a continuous supply of pencil-thick onions we recommend sowing every two weeks. They are ready for harvest six weeks after sowing.

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  • Spring Onion - Ishikrona (4)

    Spring Onion – Ischikrona (Organic)

    £2.45

    Spring Onion – Ischikrona (Organic)

    A vigorous Japanese type of spring onion producing stems up to an inch in diameter. Ishikrona is definitely one of our favourites. It is beautiful in every way: it has fresh green coloured leaves and a bright white stem. It is succulent, mild and sweet in flavour, fresh and crispy in texture. It is extremely hardy as well as pest resistant and it stands in the ground for a long time as it just doesn’t bulb up.

    As an important ingredient of the Asian cuisine, it can be used in stir-fries, soups, salads. It can be used instead of or along side onions.
    (Approximate seed count – 350)

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  • Spring Onion - White Lisbon

    Spring onion – White Lisbon (Organic)

    £2.20

    Spring onion – White Lisbon (Organic)

    The classic spring onion. Long white stems with bright green tops, suitable for both spring/summer cultivation and also over-wintering. This is traditionally the most popular variety of spring onion, and an essential addition to the veg patch. Quick, hardy, and easy to grow, it is. Its speed of growth makes it is ideal for catch-cropping and year-round cultivation, and their small size means they can be easily squeezed into unused corners of the garden.

    Spring onions are an extremely versatile culinary ingredient, delicious both cooked and raw, they are a staple of our diet!
    (Approximate seed count – 300)

    £2.20
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