Also known as Welsh onions, green onions, Japanese bunching onions, spring onions, and scallions, these are perennial non-bulbing alliums that produce yummy green stems and tiny white roots, year after year. They have thick, round, hollow stems that are bright green in color, and unique and lovely greenish-white flowers that are slow to develop and bloom through much of the summer.
The leaves have a mild onion flavor and are edible raw or cooked. Larger varieties are similar to leeks, and smaller ones resemble chives. The flowers are edible, with a similarly sharp flavor, though they tend to be a bit dry.
Onions are such a versatile vegetable. Germination in a Week.
We recommend you to plant in a medium-size pot with a good ‘Potting Mix’. In case you are planting in soil, do add ‘Vermicompost’, ‘Neem Cake Powder’ & All Crop Nutrient Mix for better germination & growth.
|Sunlight: Full Sunlight|
|Water: 1-2 times in a week & In Summer: Alternate-day|
|Seasonal Information- Winter|
|Harvest – 4-6 Weeks|
1-2 times in a week