Allium fistulosum

A multi-stem variety producing clusters of 4 to 9 long slender silvery leek-like white skin stalks. Plants are hardy, winter well, slow to bolt and resistant to PR, thrips and smut. Used for both green bunching and scallions. Relative maturity is 60 to 90 days. Read More…

Allium cepa

This is a long day variety used extensively as a bunching onion in latitudes below 34 degrees and is non-bulbing in this area. It produces a medium pungent long white shank with deep bluish-green tops. When used for bunching, it matures in 65 to 100 days. Read More…

Allium fistulosum

Also known as Japanese Bunching, this single stem variety has long slim white-skinned sweet mild stalks with stiff upright blue-green tops. Stalks average 16 to 18 inches long. Non-bulbing with moderate bolt resistance and not hardy. Read More…

Allium cepa

A vigorous widely adapted variety used for bunching. White Lisbon, produces strong juicy bright-green tops with a long clear-white shank and a mild sweet flavor. Small bulbs may develop. Relative maturity is 60 to 110 days. Read More…