Ramrod a white bulbing Lisbon type scallion (or bunching onion) with stiff, erect leaves. Unlike Pacific 22, the bulb is small and forms late on Ramrod. Sow Ramrod scallion seeds successively through spring, summer and autumn. September sown seedlings are very cold-hardy and overwinter well for early spring harvests. A high-performance, boldly flavoured scallion bred for English gardens, but perfect for the Coast. Recommended by Alan Titchmarsh as a favourite scallion or “salad onion.” To increase the blanched white lower portion, simply sow or transplant into a shallow trench and hill soil up around the stems as they grow.
Matures in 65 days, 150 days overwintered. (Open-pollinated seeds)