Despite what you might think, a bunching onion does not come from a bulb like some of it's onion sisters - instead it is grown for its stems and leaves which are used for flavouring many dishes.
When: Early spring, after last frost, in full sun for a summer harvest.
Planting guide: Sow just beneath the surface, broadcasting seeds about 1/4" deep about 2-3" apart.
Harvest: Harvesting can be done at any time really, but are fully grown when stems are 6-8".
Water: These tolerant little plants don't need allot of care and can sustain a bit of drought.
Onions are good neighbours to other herbs like dill and garlic. Bunching onions are a great addition to any garden and an even better addition to your plate!