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Wanted- seeds for Welsh (or Japanese) perennial bunching onions  RSS feed

 
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I've looked everywhere for these and can not find a US source for seeds. I made have some seeds to trade but piles of gratitude will come to anyone who can procure me seeds. Thanks!
 
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Diane - are these what you're looking for: http://www.kitazawaseed.com/seeds_bunching_onion.html
 
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I've got plenty of A. fistulosum seeds, if that's what you mean. They're called Welsh onions up here in Fairbanks and survive our winters without any problems. The stalks can get a couple feet tall. Here's the Wikipedia article on them:

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Allium_fistulosum

PM me an address and I'll mail you a bunch. They're still on the plants out in the yard; threw some around the other day.



 
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Thanks guys! I'm trying to get more perennials going in my garden this year. I'm all over those Japanese onions.
 
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