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Organic Onion Seeds: Evergreen White Bunching “Nebuka”

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Organic Onion Seeds: Evergreen White Bunching “Nebuka” (65-120 days)
1 g ~300 seeds
USDA Certified Organic
Organic Onion Seeds: Evergreen White Bunching “Nebuka” (1g ~300 Seeds):
Our Organic Heirloom Evergreen White Bunching “Nebuka” Onion seed produces clusters of 5-9 long, tall, crisp, silvery white stalks with amazing flavor for a non-bulbing onion. This variety is slow to go to seed and is good for spring or fall planting.

All of Our Seeds are 100% Heirloom, Non-Hybrid, Non-GMO, Open-Pollinated and USDA Certified Organic Seeds.

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Organic Onion Seeds: Evergreen White Bunching “Nebuka” (65-120 days)
1 g ~300 seeds
USDA Certified Organic
Organic Onion Seeds: Evergreen White Bunching “Nebuka” (1g ~300 Seeds):
Our Organic Heirloom Evergreen White Bunching “Nebuka” Onion seed produces clusters of 5-9 long, tall, crisp, silvery white stalks with amazing flavor for a non-bulbing onion. This variety is slow to go to seed and is good for spring or fall planting.

Texas A&M says “they are cold resistant and can be grown during winter. They will not bulb and can be harvested as needed, using both the root and the tops.”

All of Our Seeds are 100% Heirloom, Non-Hybrid, Non-GMO, Open-Pollinated and USDA Certified Organic Seeds.

Seed Planting Depth: 1/8-1/4″
Germination Temperature: 50-85
Days to Germination: 3-13
Row Spacing: 6″
Plant Spacing: 5-6″
100′ Row Yield: 100 lb.
Sun: Full

Planting Tips for Heirloom Green Onions:
Plant seeds first in planting trays and then transplant them to the garden when they are about 1/2 the size of a pencil. This eliminates weed competition. When used as a border plant, many pests do not like onions and may not cross the line, creating a natural barrier. Note: When companion planting do not plant onions next to beans or legumes of any type.

Heirloom seeds are hardy but always take care with your garden seeds to give them the appropriate amount of moisture – not letting the vegetable seeds dry out prematurely or over-watering and possibly having them rot.