Features: Commonly mistaken for scallions, spring onions are a close relative with a few distinct differences. They have a bulb that is milder and sweeter than the scallion, however the greens are more intense in flavor. The bulbs can either be red or white depending on the variety and are great for grilling, roasting, or using in place of pearl onions.
Species: Allium family
Origin: Pacific Northwest
Appearance & Flavor: The bulb which is mild and sweet, however the greens are intense in flavor