Mr Fothergills Onion (Spring) Ramrod Seeds

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Mr Fothergills Onion (Spring) Ramrod Seeds
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Mr Fothergills flower and vegetable seeds are perfect for adding a splash of colour and natural beauty to your garden or outside space. Whether youre looking for an addition to your window box, some vegetation for your flower bed or a bit of colour for your windowsill, Mr Fothergills range of seed will have something for you. Onion (Spring) Ramrod (Allium cepa) is a slow to bulb plant with fine flavour. Perfect for summer crops and overwintering. A good source of vitamin C these spring onions work great in soups, salads and stir-fries. You can harvest these plants from March to October. They thrive best in partial sunlight and like well-dug, fertile soil to grow to their full potential. Specifications Seed Type Vegetable seeds Sowing Dates March to September Height and Spread (Grown) Space between rows: 15cm Harvest Dates March to October Preferred soil type Well dug, fertile Uses Wonderful flavour for salads, stir-fries, soups and many other savoury dishes Sun/Shade preference Prefers partial shade Seed fill 500 seeds approx Care instructions August to September sowing will be ready to harvest the following spring

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