Natsuguro is one of the most popular varieties of bunching onions in Japan. This plant does not produce onions, reaches about 60 cm in height, of which 1/3 is stalk. Both the stem and leaves are edible at any stage of growth. They have a slightly tart, very crisp and fresh taste and are suitable for a wide range of applications: for salads, frying, sukiyaki, tempura and many other traditional Japanese dishes. In comparison with other bulbs stem makes it stand out a different flavor and a longer stem. The stalk of the plant for even more interesting effect may be bleached - it grows underground, so it has a lovely, pure white color. Sowing in spring after frost and during summer. The package contains 50 seeds.