Onion - Spring

Onion - Spring

Spring Onion Seed

Onions need rich, loose soil to do well. Keep weeded and fed well as they have a shallow root system and don't like competition. Onions grown from seed or plants will usually yield higher-quality with fewer disease problems than if they are grown from sets. Plant seed about 1/4-1/2 inch deep in rows 18 inches apart. Thin bunching types to no more than 1 inch apart to discourage bulbing. Plant times vary widely based on your location and onion type, generally early spring or indoors for long-day/northern varieties, fall for short-day/southern types. Soil should be at least 70F. Check with your local agriculture department for instructions specific to your area.

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Bunching Onion Seeds, Green

Wonderful spring onion typically grown close together to grow as a bunch, with long slender stems an..


Bunching Onion Seeds, Rossi / Red

(cipollotti rossi) This bunching-type "green" onion has beautiful pink/red/violet shading to go alon..


Onion Seeds, Shimonita

Here's a delightful change from the ordinary. This unique Japanese onion has a straight 'bulb' and s..


Spring Onion Seeds, Barletta

Another wonderful small onion, perfect for salads, kabobs, or pickling. Can be used as an early smal..


Spring Onion Seeds, Evergreen ORGANIC

A favorite for market growers, yet easy for the home grower, too. Good disease resistance and stron..