Heirloom Onion Seeds - Diane's Flower Seeds
Heirloom Onion Seeds

Growing your own onions is fun and convenient, since you can harvest them as needed. They also taste great!

Sowing Onion Seeds

Sow outdoors 4 weeks before the last frost date, 1/4" deep. Or start indoors 6-12 weeks early. Full sun to part shade.

Onion 'Tokyo Long White Bunching'
(65-95 days)

200 seeds   $2.25                     
Tokyo Long White bunching onion produces slender scallions (green onions) with a mild flavor. The plants grow to 18" tall, and they perform well in both northern and southern gardens. Doesn't overwinter well. Allium fistulosum.

Japanese heirloom.

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Evergreen White bunching onion is a hardy biennial that can eaten in the first year or overwintered. The plants multiply, bloom, and self-sow the second year. Space 3" apart with 8" between rows. Allium fistulosum.

American heirloom, 1944.
Onion 'Evergreen White Bunching'
(60-120 days)

200 seeds   $2.25

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Onion 'Evergreen White Bunching'
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