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Evergreen Bunching Heshiko Onion (Heirloom, 65 days)

Germ 5-10 days
Produces no bulbs and also divides and thus can be considered sort of a perennial. Can be sown thickly (20 seeds per square foot) either in the spring for a fall crop or in the fall for a crop the following year. Use like scallions, then allow some plants to grow and each will have half a dozen narrow divisions in the fall. 400 seeds.


Indoors- 8-10 weeks before last frost with soil temperatures 60-75 degrees. Plant in flats 1/4” deep, 1/4” apart. Transplant seedlings out mid/late spring, 2-6” apart. Liquid fertilize seedlings every 7-10 days. Seedlings should be about a pencil thick in size at planting time.

Outdoors- Sow lightly, 1/4” deep early spring. Thin to 2-6” apart.

Harvest-Choosing the largest stalks first, when they are about a 1/2 inch thick and 8-12 inches tall.

Tips- Plant into fertile soil with lots of organic matter and adequate water,1” per week for optimum growth.

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Ruth V.
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Did not work well for me.

I did everything I could because I really wanted them to grow. They started growing but stayed thinner than a grass blade and just laid on the soil. Just like the Chives. Will not do them again.

Janice Tenery

Heat-tolerant and vigorous

Good germination with these, and excellent quality. With daily watering, these have withstood Arizona's hot summer and appear capable of lasting into the fall. A few of mine have produced bulbs, which is like getting two kinds of onions in one planting. The green tops are long and robust. Place the cut-off ends in a glass of water, like cut flowers, and they will last for several days in the kitchen.