- Early harvesting variety with excellent flavour.
- Good for pots and containers.
- Disease-resistant and hardy.
Dark erect leaves from this spring bunching onion which has bright white shanks. A mild onion flavour which is highly versatile in the kitchen and can be eaten raw or cooked in salads and stir fries.
Very early and also very hardy so you can sow and grow for long periods of time. High in vitamins B and C with quercetin, a powerful antioxidant, which helps protect against heart disease and cancer. Can provide a continuous supply throughout the year.
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How to Guide
March-September: Sow thinly 1cm (1⁄2in) deep and in rows 20cm (8in) apart. Keep soil moist at all times.
No need to thin; just pull when onions are young and slender. Sow little and often for continuous supply throughout the summer. Spring onions perform well in containers and are quick to crop. September sowings can be overwintered.