The Online Plant Nursery is now Closed for the Season

I Will be Holding a Second Sale in The Fall
The fall plants will be the seedlings that I’ve planted out in the large gardens I care for outside of Perth (not open to the public!) taking up some of the space that would otherwise be filled with vegetables. I’ll care for them over the summer and post an availability list and photos and then do a big dig when the weather cools. These will be field dug plants, tucked into temporary/re-used containers and they will need to be planted right away. This is old fashioned nursery practices, when planting was a seasonal undertaking and we worked to the weather. 
The fall plant pricing is something that I’ll work out over the summer based on time and any material inputs. 

In the meantime, I have made all of the plant listings from this spring's sale visible so that those who ordered plants can view their descriptions. Some of these same species will be included in the fall sale, depending on how well they do over the summer.

I expect to update this page with the fall availability in mid to late September.

For those who picked up seedlings this spring, their planting instructions can be found here.
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Allium fistulosum

Allium fistulosum

Allium fistulosum

Welsh Onion

While cultivated I many parts of Europe and Asia, the wild species that this onion is believed to have been selected from grows in northern Europe, as far north as Siberia.

A strongly upright, thick leaved perennial onion, they blend very well into ornamental gardens. The white flowers aren’t extremely showy, but they are an interesting architectural feature and attractive to some of the rather elegant wasps that will help to manage some of the insects that feed on plants.

The greens are ready for harvest very early each spring, a couple of weeks before stinging nettles or three or four weeks after the soil thaws. There is a lull in foliage quality after the blooming season in early summer, with fresh leaves appearing in late summer, allowing for a fall harvest.

They form clumps as they mature, allowing for harvest of individual leaves, or for selective harvest of a few of the full stalks to allow the white part of the stem to be incorporated into meals.

Best in full sun and average garden soil.

Seed originally came to me from Garden’s North (now sadly closed)