Tokyo Long White Bunching Onion Seeds
Heirloom Onion Seed Packets For Planting Tokyo Long White Bunching Onions In Your Garden
Tokyo long white bunching onion is a straightforward variety to plant. It can start indoors as well as outdoors. It is a cool, hardy crop. That makes it perfect to start in early spring when you can't wait to get into the backyard. It is also perfect for your winter gardens. This green onion is also known as scallion and thrives in the United States. Scallions are lovely in salads, stir fry, sandwiches, salsa, and so much more!
TRUSTED VARIETY - Traditional bunching onion seeds used by gardeners for ages. It delivers beautiful little white onion bulbs and green scallion tops.
COLD TOLERANT - These green onions for planting endures cooler temperatures beautifully, which makes this a superb choice for your early spring, fall, and winter gardens too.
Grow Indoors or Outdoors - Excellent for growing inside your window herb garden or with hydroponics in your outside garden.
USA - All of our seeds, including the Tokyo Long White Bunching Green Onion seeds, are heirloom, open-pollinated, non-GMO, non-hybrid, and grown in the USA.
PACKETS - Each Green bunching onion seed packet is printed on water-resistant paper, with growing and harvesting directions included in full color. Each heirloom onion seeds packet contains at least 400mg of seeds. That is approximately 200+ seeds, more than most of our competitors!
Semillas de cebolla verde para plantar - Tokyo Long White Bunching es una gran variedad de vegetales no transgénicos, más de 200 semillas ideales para jardinería al aire libre en primavera, invierno y otoño de Gardeners Basics
Days Until Maturity: 75-95
Planting Depth: 1/8" - 1/4"
Plant Spacing: 3" - 4"
Days to Germination: 7-10
Start Indoors: 8-10 Weeks Before Last Frost
Sun or Shade: Full Sun
Weight: Approx. 400mg
Seed Count: Approx. 250
USDA Hardiness Zones: 2-9
Soil PH: 6 to 7.5
Plant Height: Approx. 12"
When to Plant: February to May
When to Harvest: July to September
Moisture Needs: Regular Watering
It's time to harvest your green onions when the green tops are 6-12" in height, and the white bulb has begun to get big.