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From fast-maturing varieties to onions that are perfect for storing, there’s something for everyone in the onion family – no matter if you prefer the sweet or the eye-watering! Bulbs are quicker and easier to grow than seeds and they can be planted straight into your plot or raised beds during spring or autumn. Even better, they taste incredible when dug straight from the earth.

Give them a sunny spot and, as with most edibles, they do best in a free-draining soil – just remember to make sure your soil’s structure is good prior to planting. A good organ. . . Show More >

From fast-maturing varieties to onions that are perfect for storing, there’s something for everyone in the onion family – no matter if you prefer the sweet or the eye-watering! Bulbs are quicker and easier to grow than seeds and they can be planted straight into your plot or raised beds during spring or autumn. Even better, they taste incredible when dug straight from the earth.

Give them a sunny spot and, as with most edibles, they do best in a free-draining soil – just remember to make sure your soil’s structure is good prior to planting. A good organic soil improver or compost can help here. As an organic gardening rule of thumb, it’s always a good idea to do a Ph. test before planting, which allows time to adjust the soil balance with lime or other organic aids. Give your onions some breathing room, they don’t like to be crowded so look at planting differences for different varieties. We recommend planting slightly below the surface in autumn or early spring – a good depth gauge is two times the height of the bulb. Lower temperatures will help the bulbs to form and nipping our flowers will help them to grow. Harvest when dry – they can be stored for long periods of time in slatted crates in a cool area.


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From fast-maturing varieties to onions that are perfect for storing, there’s something for everyone in the onion family – no matter if you prefer the sweet or the eye-watering! Bulbs are quicker and easier to grow than seeds and they can be planted straight into your plot or raised beds during spring or autumn. Even better, the. . . Show More >

From fast-maturing varieties to onions that are perfect for storing, there’s something for everyone in the onion family – no matter if you prefer the sweet or the eye-watering! Bulbs are quicker and easier to grow than seeds and they can be planted straight into your plot or raised beds during spring or autumn. Even better, they taste incredible when dug straight from the earth.

Give them a sunny spot and, as with most edibles, they do best in a free-draining soil – just remember to make sure your soil’s structure is good prior to planting. A good organic soil improver or compost can help here. As an organic gardening rule of thumb, it’s always a good idea to do a Ph. test before planting, which allows time to adjust the soil balance with lime or other organic aids. Give your onions some breathing room, they don’t like to be crowded so look at planting differences for different varieties. We recommend planting slightly below the surface in autumn or early spring – a good depth gauge is two times the height of the bulb. Lower temperatures will help the bulbs to form and nipping our flowers will help them to grow. Harvest when dry – they can be stored for long periods of time in slatted crates in a cool area.


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From fast-maturing varieties to onions that are perfect for storing, there’s something for everyone in the onion family – no matter if you prefer the sweet or the eye-watering! Bulbs are quicker and easier to grow than seeds and they can be planted straight into your plot or raised beds during spring or autumn. Even better, they taste incredible when dug straight from the earth.

Give them a sunny spot and, as with most edibles, they do best in a free-draining soil – just remember to make sure your soil’s structure is good prior to planting. A good organic soil improver or compost can help here. As an organic gardening rule of thumb, it’s always a good idea to do a Ph. test before planting, which allows time to adjust the soil balance with lime or other organic aids. Give your onions some breathing room, they don’t like to be crowded so look at planting differences for different varieties. We recommend planting slightly below the surface in autumn or early spring – a good depth gauge is two times the height of the bulb. Lower temperatures will help the bulbs to form and nipping our flowers will help them to grow. Harvest when dry – they can be stored for long periods of time in slatted crates in a cool area.

From fast-maturing varieties to onions that are perfect for storing, there’s something for everyone in the onion family – no matter if you prefer the sweet or the eye-watering! Bulbs are quicker and easier to grow than seeds and they can be planted straight into your plot or raised beds during spring or autumn. Even better, they taste incredible when dug straight from the earth.

Give them a sunny spot and, as with most edibles, they do best in a free-draining soil – just remember to make sure your soil’s structure is good prior to planting. A good organic soil improver or compost can help here. As an organic gardening rule of thumb, it’s always a good idea to do a Ph. test before planting, which allows time to adjust the soil balance with lime or other organic aids. Give your onions some breathing room, they don’t like to be crowded so look at planting differences for different varieties. We recommend planting slightly below the surface in autumn or early spring – a good depth gauge is two times the height of the bulb. Lower temperatures will help the bulbs to form and nipping our flowers will help them to grow. Harvest when dry – they can be stored for long periods of time in slatted crates in a cool area.

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