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Welsh onion 'White Lisbon' (Allium fistulosum) Organic

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Winterheckenzwiebel (Allium fistulosum) konventionell
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Winterheckenzwiebel 'White Lisbon'  (Allium fistulosum) Bio
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Seed quantity:
300 Pcs.
Botanical name:
A. altaicum, A. ceratophyllum, Allium fistulosum, Cepa sissilis, C. ventricosa, Kepa fistulosa, Porrum fistulosum


The Welsh onion, which actually comes from Asia and is therefore also called Japanese bunching onion, is a hardy leek variety. This ancient cultured plant is quite similar to the more common spring onion. The strong stalks may be cut all year round.

Package with 300 Japanese bunching onion seeds

Growing instructions
You can sow welsh onions directly into the field starting in March: Cover the seeds with a layer of soil about 2cm thick. When sowing in rows, keep a distance of 20 cm between the individual onion plants. The bunching onion is a hardy perennial and can be harveted until winter. Loves loose garden soil.

Details: Plant description & care

Plant family:
Plant height approx.:
40–80 cm
Flower colour:
Partially shady, Sun
Water requirements:
Moderately moist
Lifecycle :
Perennial, Vivacious
Winter hardy up to:
Fully hardy

Sowing & cultivation

Indoor pre-culture (seedling stage):
February, March
Sowing time outdoors:
April, March, May
Sowing depth:
2 cm
Best germination temperature :
15 °C
Planting distance approx.:
20 x 20 cm

Companion planting

Bad intercropping partners:
Beans, Cabbage, Peas
Good intercropping partners:
Carrots , Dill, Radishes

Other names

German names:
Fleischlauch, Frühlingslauch, Frühlingszwiebel, GroberSchnittlauch, Jakobszwiebel, Jungzwiebel, LangeBollen, Lauchzwiebeln, Röhrenlauch, Schlotten, Schlottenzwiebel, Schnittzwiebel, WelscheZwiebel, Winterheckzwiebel, Winterzwiebel
English names:
Scallions, welsh onion


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