Organic Japanese Negi Bunching Onion

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30 days to baby harvest 60 days to harvest Allium fistoleum
HEIRLOOM These scrumptious Negi onions are bunching onions, most commonly grown in the US as scallions, though they’re a delicacy in Japan when hilled like leeks and grown 6+ months, allowing their flavors to deepen. Grill them, oh grill them! Just like scallions, Negi onions are perennial here in Zone 5 (hooray!) and ours have been thriving for years here at the farm. They’re such a sweet spring treat to harvest the first of them as the snows melt! If you allow even a few of them to overwinter, you’ll see their blooms the following summer, round orbs of sweet white flowers bustling with butterflies and bees.
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800 Seeds $12.80 In stock

Organic Japanese Negi Bunching Onion

30 days to baby harvest 60 days to harvest Allium fistoleum

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HEIRLOOM These scrumptious Negi onions are bunching onions, most commonly grown in the US as scallions, though they’re a delicacy in Japan when hilled like leeks and grown 6+ months, allowing their flavors to deepen. Just like scallions, Negi onions are perennial here in Zone 5 (hooray!) and ours have been thriving for years here at the farm. They’re such a sweet spring treat to harvest the first of them as the snows melt! If you allow even a few of them to overwinter, you’ll see their blooms the following summer, round orbs of sweet white flowers bustling with butterflies and bees.

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Organic Japanese Negi Onion

Transplant: Sow indoors, 2 seeds/cell ¼” deep & thin to 1, ~6 weeks before final frost. Late spring, transplant 1-2” apart, as deep as you can with at least 2” of leaf above soil.
Sowing Date: Early Spring – early Fall
Seed Depth: 1/4 inch
Days to Germination: 5-12

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