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Onion Bunching

White Libson Erect

Onion Bunching White Libson Erect

Early Maturing, Long, Slender Stalks, Mild Flavor


Bunching onions, green onions, scallions and green tails are all different names for the same type of onion. White Libson Erect is the most popular bunching onion and is known for its mild flavor, delicate stems and juicy green top.

  • Seed Depth: .5 in.
  • Row Spacing: 18-24 in.
  • Seed Spacing: .5 in.
  • Plant Spacing: 1 in.
  • Days to Sprout: 7-14
  • Days to Harvest: 50-65


Onions do best in full sun but will also tolerate light shade. In mild climates plant in fall for early spring harvest or in spring for summer harvest.


For long, white stems keep the soil hilled up around the stems.


Harvest scallions when they are 6-8 inches tall.


With proper planning scallions can be grown and harvested year round in mild climates.

Nutrional Value

Good source of Vitamin C.

Growing Guide and Additional Tips
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