Add vibrant color to your salads and recipes with this flavorful bunching onion. Red Warrior Bunching Onion maintains a red-burgundy color through all stages of growth—from scallion stage to small bulbs—regardless of weather conditions. It's perfect for salads, cooking, pickling and eating fresh. Bunching onion seed can be planted in early spring as soon as the garden soil can be worked. To ensure a continuous supply, sow a new crop every two weeks. Bunching onions can also be planted as a fall crop.
Pollination occurs by insect, bird, wind, humans, or other natural mechanisms. Because there are no restrictions on the flow of pollen between individuals, open-pollinated plants are more genetically diverse. However, as long as pollen is not shared between different varieties within the same species, then the seed produced will remain true-to-type year after year.
* This is an estimated guide. Conditions may vary considerably due to location.