(Allium fistulosum ‘Nibuka’)
An attractive bunching onion with no or small bulbs. It comes from Asia where it is a staple part of most cuisines.
Welsh Onions will grow in most garden beds provided there is a reasonable amount of sun. Respond well to summer watering and don’t like being over crowded. Very attractive as an ornamental border. Can be grown in pots.
Finely chop and use in sauces and salad dressings. Coarsely chop or slice and add to green salads or in Asian dishes especially those that require a more delicate flavour. They can also be added late in the cooking or even as a garnish.
|Harvest||Harvest regularly and allow reshooting. Established clumps should be split every two to three years to prevent overcrowding.|
|Position||Part to Full sun|