(Allium fistulosum) Tokyo White is a favorite Japanese bunching type with a mild, sweet flavor. Long, juicy slim stalks grow 14""-16"" tall. Moderate bolting resistance.
Delicious in soups, stir-fries, stews and more.
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Direct sow outside 4-6 weeks before average last frost or as soon as soil can be worked. Continue to sow successively every 2-4 weeks for continuous production. Can be sown in fall for spring harvest in milder climates.
Onions don’t do well when in competition with weeds. For best development, pull any weeds from the bed as soon as they appear and spread a couple inches of mulch.
Cut individual leaves from the bulbs throughout the growing season as needed. Harvesting only a few leaves at a time allows the bulb to continue growing and produce more foliage. Harvest bunching onions once the bulbs are 1 to 2 inches in diameter. Loosen the soil around each bulb and lift it from the soil, taking care not to break the leaves.