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Onion White Lisbon Seeds
Onion White Lisbon Seeds
Onion White Lisbon Seeds
Onion White Lisbon Seeds

Onion 'White Lisbon' Seeds

The definitive ‘salad’ onion with crops from May to October
Grows to
Grows To
10 cm
45 cm
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RHS Garden Merit
RHS Garden Merit
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Plant In Sunshine
Easy To Grow
Easy To Grow

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Item: 700022
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  • The ideal onion for tasty salads, slaws, quiches and stir-fries
  • A fast-growing ‘spring’ onion with a mild flavour and distinctive ‘bite’
  • A tried-and-tested heritage variety – a gardener’s favourite since 1787
  • Home-grown and healthy, and a good source of vitamin C
  • Supplied as a packet of approx. 650 seeds ready to sow outdoors
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This superb ‘spring’ onion – a winner of the RHS Award of Garden Merit – is a tried-and-tested heritage variety that has been a firm favourite with beginner and experienced gardeners alike for more than 300 years.

With tall, pure white-skinned stems progressing to bright green tops, its mild flavour nevertheless has a distinctive, crisp and piquant ‘bite’ when harvested young. Left to mature for a while longer, it will develop a stronger, more pungent flavour – equally delicious whether eaten raw in salads, slaws or potato salads, or added to stir-fries or other savoury dishes during the final stages of cooking.

The definitive traditional ‘spring’ onion, it is fast-growing, compact and sturdy – ideal for patio containers or gardens with limited space. It is an ideal choice for growing in between other crops such as slow-growing brassicas to make maximum use of space, as well as a great plant for encouraging children to garden as they will quickly see the results of their efforts.

Being a hardy annual, you can be sure of achieving successful early crops. Sow in succession every 2-3 weeks to ensure a continuous harvest from May to October. These onions will thrive in full sun; plant them 15cm (6in) apart in well-dug, fertile soil after the danger of frosts has passed.

Supplied as a packet of approx. 650 seeds ready to sow outdoors directly in their cropping position.

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Item 700022 supplied as:

Supplied as a packet of approx. 650 seeds ready to sow outdoors.

Grows up to 45cm height x 10cm spread.
Performance subject to growing conditions.
Origin UK.

Top Tips

Spring onions are ideal for growing in containers or pots on a patio or balcony where space is limited.

Care Information

How to grow

  • Sow outdoors thinly where they are to crop, 1.5 cm (˝in) deep, directly into finely prepared soil that has already been watered. Allow 15cm (6in) between rows.
  • Early sowings may benefit from cloche protection.
  • Seedlings usually appear in 14-21 days.
  • No thinning is required, but keep well-watered in dry spells.
  • Regular sowings made every 2-3 weeks will ensure a continuous supply from late spring through to autumn.

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45 cm
10 cm
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