Ishikura bunching onion seeds
  • Ishikura bunching onion seeds
  • Ishikura bunching onion seeds

Ishikura bunching onion seeds

Ishikura is a stem onion or bunching onion with a mild flavor, ideal for raw vegetable salads. Ishikura bunching onions have 2-3 cm thick stems.

  • long white shafts
  • 2-3 cm thick stems
  • easy to grow
  • both spring and autumn cultivation

Bunching onions are onions without a bulb with a long white shaft. Bunching onions resemble thin leeks with only a small white bulge on the underside.

Sowing:
Spring crop from March to April 
Fall crop from August to October

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Description

Stem onion Ishikura

Ishikura is a stem onion or bunching onion with a mild flavor, ideal for raw vegetable salads. Ishikura bunching onions have 2-3 cm thick stems.

  • long white shafts
  • 2-3 cm thick stems
  • easy to grow
  • both spring and autumn cultivation

Bunching onions are onions without a bulb with a long white shaft. Bunching onions resemble thin leeks with only a small white bulge on the underside.

Taste and use Ishikura bunching onions in dishes

The taste of Ishikura bunching onions is mild, soft and subtle and is perhaps closer to the taste of leek than onion. Both the white shaft and the green leaf of the spring onions are edible. Finely chopped spring onion rings are delicious raw as a garnish or fry the spring onions briefly in a scrambled egg or stir-fry dish.

How to grow, when to sow Ishikura bunching onions?

Spring crop: from March to April
Fall crop: from August to October

Sow the spring onions in rows with a row distance of approximately 25cm. After 6 weeks thin the spring onions slightly every 5cm, otherwise the stem onions will remain very thin.

Choose a sunny and warm location where the soil does not get too wet.

When to harvest Ishikura bunching onions?

Spring crop: from August to November
Fall crop: from May to August

With good weather conditions, it is often possible to harvest as early as June-July. Harvest only the spring onions you need. Stem onions do not shoot quickly and remain good for a long time.

Specifications

Reference
BZ-002883
EAN
8711117028833
Tags
Brand
Buzzy Seeds

Other features

Botanic name
Allium Fistulosum
Cultivar
Ishikura
Category
Annual
Cultivation method
Seeds
Type onion
Stem onion
Planting time
March - April
Flowering period
May - October
Contents
2,0 grams
Seeds per gram
250
Collection
Buzzy Seeds

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