A very large straight tall scallion, often favoured in Asian cooking. A perennial species for hardy green onions, adapted from Wales to Japan in various colours and statures.
Commercially treated as annuals, uprooted and bunched year-round. In perennial cropping systems, the scallion is cut just above the root plate, which continues to grow.
Space seed at 1/4 to 1/2 inch in rows 35-45cm (14-18") apart. To establish perennial beds, thin direct seeded rows to leave best plants 15cm (6") apart. These will enlarge as they grow into clumps. Among the hardiest garden plants, surviving well below minus 17C without any sort of protection.
Approximately 50 Seeds per/pkg.