A beautiful Japanese bunching onion from the Kyoto region of Japan. It is one of the vegetables grown for hundreds of years in this Japanese cultural center. It has a delicious onion flavor and is the winner of our taste test this year.
Minimum of 250 seeds per packet.
Planting Depth: 1/8 inch
Plant Spacing: 4-6 inches
Start indoors 8 weeks before last frost. Sow up to 100 seeds in a 4-6 inch pot. To transplant, separate out the small, grass-like seedlings by picking up a bunch and rolling them gently in your fingers. Trim the tops to 4 inches and roots to 2 inches. Place in a deep trench, 5-6 inches apart. Cover the roots and then water. Seedlings are very tough and transplant well. When the seedlings are established, continue to fill the trench to blanch the stems of the onions.