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Organic Onion Green Bunching

Latin name:

Onion - Green Bunching
Allium Fistulosum
6 - 9" (15 - 23 cm)
12 - 18" (30 - 46 cm)
Full Sun
Keep Well Watered
Fertile, Well Drained Soil

Green bunching onions are versatile and quick-growing members of the Allium genus, closely related to onions, leeks, and chives. Unlike traditional bulb onions, green bunching onions are prized for their long, slender green stalks and small, underdeveloped bulbs. These onions are valued for their mild yet distinct onion flavor, which is less pungent than mature bulb onions.

Characterized by their upright, hollow green stems, the green bunching onions grow in clusters. Their edible portion includes both the white, slightly enlarged bulb section and the long, tender green leaves, providing a spectrum of textures and flavors for culinary use.

Green bunching onions are incredibly versatile in the kitchen. The tender green tops and bulbs can be chopped or thinly sliced and used raw as a flavorful garnish in salads, soups, stir-fries, omelets, or as a topping for various dishes. They can also be grilled, roasted, or used in marinades to add a mild onion essence to grilled meats or vegetables.

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