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Easily grown, these are excellent used whole in salads or finely cut to add as a garnish to salads, soups etc. Sow little and often to ensure a regular supply throughout summer and autumn; sowing a winter hardy type in August will produce a useful spring crop. Read more
How to grow Spring Onions
Sowing: Sow spring onion seeds thinly a half-inch (13mm) deep from March to July in rows 4in (10cm) apart.
Growing: Thin the seedlings if necessary until they are one inch (2.5cm) apart. Water if the soil/weather is dry; mulching will help maintain soil moisture.
Harvesting: Lift the plants when the bulb is no more than a half to one inch (13-25mm) across. Show less