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For years I had a patch of bunching onion we called everlasting I think they were also called Welsh onions. They looked like spring onions and were very useful.They multiplied profusely and needed splitting every spring and autumn. I would take a handful and put one back in the ground to multiply. And then they disappeared. Does anyone know what they were and where I can get some? I have bought Welsh onion plants, Welsh onion seeds(twice), and some I was assured were the answer but they weren't. The last ones were called Siberian onions. All the seeds failed to develop and the plants are something else,massive.
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Have a look here...............https://www.rhs.org.uk/Plants/Nurseries ... uery=26473
Been gardening for over 60 years and still learning.
Thomas Etty do them. Go past Tomatoes and in R/H List under "Onions" is Perennial Welsch. Thats how it's spelt.This is for seeds. They also do plants under Onion Perutile in the additional varieties but I thought a bit expensive at minimum 10 stalks for £8.75
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I have just ordered seeds from this company waiting for delivery growseed.co.uk
Brilliant, thank you, Barkelberrybear.
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