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Commonly known as scallions or spring onions, bunching onions are bulbless types with a milder flavor than many larger onions. They are highly versatile, and can be eaten raw or cooked in soups, salads, dips, stir-fries, and more. Bunching onions are very hardy, and many varieties are well-suited to winter harvest or overwintering. While other types of onions can be marketed in bunches, true bunching onions are cultivars of a specific species, generally Allium fistulosum, though there are exceptions.
This page contains our heirloom and open pollinated varieties.
Deep Purple Bunching Onion 200 Organic Seeds
Deep Purple Bunching Onions are a deep red-purple in color. The first red bunching type that is highly colored at any temperature. For spring or summer sowing. Harvest in about 60 days.
Eclipse Onion 500 Open Pollinated Seeds
White onion for bunching or pearl size. Eclipse is a short-day onion that can be grown in long-day areas to produce mini or pearl onions. Mild flavor. Seeding rate can be adjusted to get onions of desired size, or thin after seedlings are established. Best at 40° latitude and higher. Harvest in about 60 days.
Evergreen Hardy White Bunching Onion 500 Organic Seeds
Evergreen Hardy White is the most winter-hardy bunching onion. Sow in spring for summer use or sow in fall for overwintering. Little or no bulbing. If your winters are severe, this is the one to grow. May be handled as a perennial by dividing the clumps the second summer to produce a new crop. Harvest in about 60 days.
Guardsman Bunching Onion 500 Open Pollinated Seeds
Guardsman Bunching Onions are the earliest bunching onion we've found. This cross between a bunching onion and a bulb onion produces the shape of a bunching onion with a strong root system, larger top, and the mildness of a bulb onion. Harvest in about 50 days.
Bunching Onion He Shi Ko-Bunching 200 Non-GMO, Heirloom Seeds
An heirloom Japanese, perennial bunching onion; stalks grow and divide from the base. Mild and tasty. These are an essential ingredient in both Oriental and American foods. A non-bulbing white type. Harvest in about 60 days.
Nebechan Bunching Onion 500 Hybrid Seeds
Nebechan Bunching Onions have a better, sweeter, more complex flavor than other bunching onions. Upright plants with uniform, thick shanks and no bulbing. Nebechan is a traditional Japanese variety grown for its high quality. Can also be grown like a leek to create a unique large scallion known as "negi" in Japan. Harvest in about 60 days.
Parade Bunching Onion 500 Organic Seeds
Organic bunching onion. Parade has bright white shanks with no bulbing and dark green, erect foliage. Very uniform, upright growth makes for easy harvest and cleaning. Harvest in about 60 days.
Pompeii Onion 200 Open Pollinated Seeds
Mini onion for bunching or pearls. Short-day onion for growing in long-day areas to produce mini or pearl onions. Shape, size, and color are all very uniform. Seeding rate can be adjusted to get onions of desired size, or thin after seedlings are established. Best at 40 degrees latitude and higher. Harvest in about 64 days.
Tokyo Long White Bunching Onion 500 Heirloom Seeds
The Tokyo Long White Bunching Onion – or Scallion – is an extremely tasty Japanese heirloom variety that grows well throughout the United States. Produces lovely white stalks with green leaves. Use Tokyo Long White Bunching Scallions in soups, stir-fries and omelets. Harvest in about 60 days.
White Spear Bunching Onion 500 Open Pollinated Seeds
White Spear Bunching Onions have tall, upright, blue-green leaves, thick, cylindrical, white stems; its leaves resist breaking. You can increase the blanched white portion by hilling plants with soil or transplanting deeply (see Leeks). Not as winter-hardy as Evergreen. Harvest in about 70 days.
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All of the variety information on the David's Garden Seeds® website, including the days to
maturity, color and size are based on data from tests done at specific
locations. Many factors, including geographic location, daytime and
nighttime temperatures, the availability of plant nutrients, many unknown climate factors and insects/pest interact to determine a variety's
performance. For information on which varieties will perform best in
your area, we recommend that you contact your local county extension agent or a Master Gardener.
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