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Allium is the Latin name for the plant family that includes the seeds of onions and garlic.. The sprouts of these seeds taste just like the plants which they produce (which are so often the case in the sprout world). They are almost too delicious really! These seeds are relatrively expensive - they are hard seeds to produce, taking farmers years to establish, so they are short in supply. They take longer to grow than any other Sprout - from 7- 15 days depending on the variety with bunching onion being the fastest. The seed is short lived under normal storage conditions. Freezing will extend the viability of the seed to at least 4 or 5 years.

Garlic, Onion and Leek!
Beautiful little black seeds that produce
some of the strongest, most recognizable flavors in the sprout universe!

Allium Basics

Seed to Sprout in 7-15 Days
Yield = 4.5:1
Seed Shelf Life at 70° = 1-2 years
Sprout Shelf Life = 2-4 weeks
Nutritional info:
Vitamins A, B, C and E
Calcium, Chlorophyll, Iron, Magnesium, Niacin, Phosphorus, Potassium
Amino Acids
Trace Elements
Protein: 20%

Kitchen Garden Allium Seeds include:

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1 Leeks
2 Bunching onion