As you may be aware we have struggled to meet our normal customer service standards following the short notice move of our packing area. Despite the best efforts of our small team over the last few weeks, we are simply unable to recover from this devastating move fast enough.
We have thus made the decision to stop trading.
If you have an order outstanding, please refer to your credit card company or PayPal who will arrange a refund
Allium cepa, also known as the common, bulb or garden onion, is the species most widely cultivated for food.
|Scientific family||Amaryllidaceae||Special type|
|Type||Vegetable, fruit, herb||Origin|
|Lifecycle||Deciduous||Time to maturity|
|Garden style||Position||Vegetable plot|
|Fragrance||Aspect||South East West|
|Health caution||Additional use||Culinary|
|Harvest a week or two after the leaves begin to turn yellow (late June/July for onions, August for shallots). Leave to dry in the sun for a day or two, then remove foliage and store in well ventilated, dry location.|
|Soil||Loam Sand Silt|
|US hardiness zone|
|Max mature height||45cm|
|Mature spread||15 cm|