Nothing tastes quite as good as your own freshly cut, home grown herbs from your garden in your cooked dishes and salads.
Welsh Onion are used like chives where the leaf is used for flavouring. It contains a mild onion taste but are much bulkier in size than chives. They can grow to a height of 50-60cm
March to September
Sow welsh onion seeds thinly in drills 2 cm (¾”) deep, covered with fine soil.
Space rows 38cm (15in ) apart . Autumn sowings will overwinter and be ready to use the following year.
Harvest and use immediately when they have reached your desired size, thinning the row as you go. Always ensure you do not clear all the plants from a row, this allows them to clump up and regenerate for cropping year after year.
Contains Vitamin C and has antibacterial and antiseptic properties due to beneficial sulphur compounds. A good source of anti-oxidants , such as quercetin and anthocyanin.