Onion – Lilia

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Description

Onion – Lilia is a dual-purpose variety which can be grown and harvested as very attractive red-skinned scallions (spring onions) or it could be left to mature into a red bulb onion which can be stored.

Sowing:

February to March – for bulb onions

For bulb onion production:

Sow in February to March. Sow 4 seeds per cell in modular trays and plant out 5 to 6 weeks later as a bunch.

For scallion production:

Sow small quantities every two to three weeks from late March until July. Sow 8-10 seeds per cell in modular trays and plant out 4 to 5 weeks later as a bunch.

Spacing:

Between plants (bunches): 25cm

Between rows (bunches): 25cm

Approx. seed count: 70

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