Not all scallions are green and white. Some, like the Deep Purple scallion, develop a shank rich with a reddish purple. You can sow their seeds in the spring or summer. This variety can overwinter if the soil is well drained, and it’s less likely to bolt than some other varieties.
- Matures in 60 days
- Adds great color to raw and cooked dishes
- Retains its color all season and even after cooking
Have you grown Deep Purple scallions? Are they easy to tend and harvest? Please tell us about your experiences growing Deep Purple scallions.