Spring Onion Bunching Ishikura


Botanical Name: Allium fistulosum

A wonderful type of salad onion that does not bulb but forms long white stalks. Most of the plant can be eaten with very little waste. Quick to mature, they are long-lasting and can be left to make larger stems without losing their flavour. Will do best on well-dug, manured soil in a sunny position.

We hope you enjoy these spring onion seeds, just another great example of vegetable seeds from Mr Fothergill’s!

Learn some benefits of 'Growing Leek & Onions' or browse through our other 'Onion Seed Varieties!'

How To Grow

Sow thinly, 15mm (quarter-inch) deep in rows 15cm (6in) apart. It should not be necessary to thin the seedlings but keep plants well watered, particularly in dry weather. Keep weed free. Repeat sowing every 3 weeks for continuous supply.

When To Plant

South Island: Jan, Feb, Mar, Oct, Nov, Dec

North Island: Jan, Feb, Mar, Apr, Oct, Nov, Dec


8-12 weeks