Walking onions are so named because they grow a clump of bulbs at the top of a stalk in the summer, which falls over and roots in a new place – so they “walk” around the garden. They make great “Scallions” in early spring and in fall – you can pull and eat several from each clump, leaving the others to grow. This variety makes tiny topset bulblets which are not really big enough to eat on their own.
Each 3.5″ pot contains a clump of bulblets which will grow into a full size clump of onions.
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