South GA Seed Company
Delicious and very hearty bunching onion variety. This variety will over winter in milder areas. Easy and fun to grow this variety produces slender tall stalks.
How to Save Seeds
Separate onions from other onions by ½ mile. Our preferred method is planting seed to seed meaning planting from seed and then allowing plant to stay in the ground until the following year for seed. You can mulch with hay much like do for garlic. Allow plant to go to seed the following year and watch heads when black seed is seen cut off seed heads and collect seeds. Several cuttings may be required as seeds become ready at different intervals.