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Nebuka Evergreen Bunching Onion

Nebuka Evergreen Bunching Onion

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Nebuka Evergreen Bunching
Japanese Bunching Onion
Allium fistulosum

60 to 90 days — The stalks of 'Nebuka Evergreen Bunching' onions grow twelve to sixteen inches tall, multiply by division, and do not form bulbs under most conditions. They are cold hardy and reportedly resistant to Pink Root Rot, smut, and thrips. They are a great multipurpose Japanese bunching variety suitable for fresh eating, stir fry, or any recipe calling for green onions.

Seeds can be sown in the spring or fall and can be harvested at just about any time. If allowed to overwinter, they will develop clumps that can either be harvested as an early spring treat or you can divide them and replant. Each packet contains one gram, which is approximately 200 seeds.
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Planting Instructions: Onions have a shallow root system and are adapted for well drained, rich, loam-type soil. Either start seeds indoors, or directly into the garden, in a sunny location, from April to mid-July.

Plant onion seeds ½ inch deep, two to four seeds per inch in rows spaced twelve to sixteen inches apart. Thin the plants to four inches apart to allow the bulbs room to develop. Use thinnings as green onions.