Onion Seeds - Apache Bunching (Coming Jan/Feb 2024)
- Seed Count: 150 Seeds
- Maturity Date: 90-100 Days from Planting/Transplanting
- Onion Type: Bunching, Similar to Scallions
- Color: Deep Red
- Flavor Profile: Bold and Spicy
- Growth Habit: Compact, Ideal for Bunching
- Ideal Conditions: Full Sun, Well-Drained Soil
- Use: Cooking, Salads, Garnishing
The Apache Onion, with its striking deep red color and bunching growth, is reminiscent of scallions and has carved a niche in both traditional and modern gardening. Its lineage, marked by versatility and adaptability, has made it a favored choice among those who appreciate the beauty and utility of compact, bunching onions.
Renowned for their bold, spicy flavor, Apache Onions are versatile in culinary use, akin to scallions. Their size and shape make them perfect for fresh salads, garnishing, and cooking. The deep red color of these bunching onions not only enhances the visual appeal of dishes but also adds a unique flavor profile that is both sharp and pleasing to the palate.
Growing Habits & Planting Instructions:
Apache Onions prefer full sun and well-drained soil, thriving in conditions that allow them to develop their unique bunching habit. Plant the seeds about 1/4 inch deep, allowing adequate space for their growth. These onions are ideal for small garden spaces or container gardening, and regular watering and fertilization encourage healthy bunching. Harvest them in about 90-100 days for best flavor and texture.
Apache Onions are a delightful addition to any garden, offering both aesthetic appeal and flavorful utility. They are particularly suited for gardeners and cooks who enjoy the distinctive taste of scallion-like onions and appreciate their bunching growth habit.