Seeds - Art Pack - Scallion, Evergreen OG

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Description: Winter hardy Welsh onion. May be sown all season long for a spring-like treat. Hill soil around mature plants to increase blanching of the stem. Can be grown like an annual or allowed to develop into a dense patch - even in cold climates!

Artwork by April Warren. Crops in the onion family originated in the seasonally wet margins of rivers. In this work, April has returned these scallions to their ancestral home, providing the viewer a rowboat with which to navigate the towering allium forest.

Pack Size: 500 seeds

Latin Name: Allium fistulosum
Alternative Names: Scallions
Main Uses: Culinary
Days to Maturity: 65 days
Exposure: Full sun
Certified Organic: USDA Certified Organic

Germination: 10 - 14 days, depending on soil temperature. Ideal temperature is 21º C.
Sowing indoors: Sow seeds 6 - 8 weeks before planting out date. Apply Sea Magic from first watering. From second set of true leaves to time of transplanting, alternate between Sea Magic and seed-starting fertilizer (such as Evolve) once per week.
Planting Depth: 1/4".
Seed Spacing: Space seeds 1/2” apart and then thin to 2” to 3” apart.
Planting Out: Plant in well-drained fertile soil once seedlings are established and risk of frost has passed or earlier if the seedlings have been sufficiently hardened off. Harden off by gradually setting seedlings outside for a couple of hours in a protected spot the first day and then increasing the time and exposure to elements each day thereafter. By ten days, you should have worked up to leaving them outside over night as long as the temperatures are higher than 10º C.  The optimal growing temperature for onions is 13º to 25º C. Onions require lots of light to grow well, so locate in the sunniest areas of the garden. Onions require fertile soil so be sure to work in plenty of quality compost, such as Sea Soil, before planting or direct-seeding.
Plant Spacing: Space transplants 2” - 2” apart; spacing will significantly impact the size of the onion bulbs.
Outdoors: Direct seed as soon as ground can easily be worked. Space seeds 1/2” apart and then thin to 2 to 2” apart. Plant in rows 5” - 10” apart.

Harvesting: Cut stalks when plants reach 14 - 18 inches.

Growing in Containers: Ideal for containers 8 inches and up.

Fertilizing (Containers): Plant in a quality, organic based potting mix with good drainage.

Watering (Containers): Water containers deeply when top inch feels dry to the touch. Monitor every day or two during very hot weather.

Growing in Mixed Planters: This variety is well-suited for larger mixed planters such as half barrels.

Fertilizing (Garden): Plant in a garden recently amended with compost. Application of Sea Magic kelp supplement is beneficial.

Watering (Garden): Water deeply to establish. Water mature plants weekly during hot weather.

Garden Companions: 

  • Companions plants: Broccoli, Cabbage, Carrots, Lettuce, Strawberries, Tomato, Beets, Tomatoes & Summer Savory.
  • Improving the flavour: Plant Onions near Cabbage, Beets, Strawberries, Leeks, Lettuce and Chamomile to improve their flavor.
  • Avoid: Planting Onions near Beans, Peas and Sage as they do not complement each other.

Special Requirements for Cold Climate Gardeners: Bunching onions do best in a well-draining soil. Avoid planting in soggy soil as seeds can rot.

Pest/Disease Issues: 

  • Plant Onions near Cabbage, Beets, Strawberries, Leeks, Lettuce to deter weeds and insects including the cabbage butterfly.
  • Summer Savory can deter bean beetles (also a good companion to beans, as the name of this beetle suggest!).
  • Place onions near Carrots to help keep away carrot flies and their root maggots.
  • Plant onions near Potatoes to deter Colorado potato beetles.

Suitability for Indoors: A specialized crop for indoors.

What about Grow Lights? Grow lights are required to grow this crop indoors.

Indoor Container Suggestions: Shallow pans or trays, with drainage.

Winter Fertilizing: Plant in a very composty soil mix.

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