This medium sized, globe-shaped variety is both early and high yielding. The bulbs have yellowish-brown skin and crisp, aromatic flesh with fine flavour. Also thought to have good storage capability. Let us know what you think of it.
This Russian variety forms clumps, similar to multiplier onions, of thumb-sized, purple tinged, crescent shaped bulbs. Sow from spring through until early autumn; this perennial variety can be left in the ground all year round and propagated by allowing to seed (which it will in its second year) or by dividing the clumps. The mild flavoured bulbs are ideal for salads, soups and stir fries.